Angry Birds fans looking to get their hands on the mighty eagle will now have the opportunity; however they'll also need a NOOK Color and a Barnes & Noble retail location.
The Pew Research Center recently conducted a survey evaluating the growth and adoption rates of both eReaders and tablets, and discovered that while both sets of devices are meeting with success, eReaders have managed to establish a far greater presence in the United States.
OtterBox has gained a reputation for extremely tough cases for mobile electronic devices, and we put their Commuter Series case for the NOOKcolor to the test. Does it pass muster?
It is still not completely certain that Amazon is building its own tablet, but the prospect seems inevitable. And one recent leak indicates that the device could arrive on the scene before the end of the summer.
News bits from around the industry today include a rumor on the Amazon tablet's video functionality/streaming movie service, and a couple of promotional videos for new tablets from Huawei and Vizio (and Blake Griffin).
B&N has just launched their newest NOOK device, dubbed the NOOK Simple Touch Reader, or NOOK STR for short. It has a six-inch eInk touchscreen display, Wi-Fi wireless networking, and a much-improved battery. Is it any good? Find out in this first look review.
Ricoh has developed a new enterprise-focused tablet that fills its own unique niche, and thusly creates a new term and class of eProduct. The Ricoh eQuill will be available this summer, and it will mark the debut of the "eWriter" business solution.
When Barnes & Noble rolled out a potential Kindle killer in the eReader space, TabletPCReview was there at the New York City launch for a hands-on experience with the Android gadget's streamlined five-button design, highly responsive touchscreen, and light but truncated form factor.
After the spectacular success of the Wi-Fi Kindle with Special Offers Amazon has decided to keep the unique sales strategy rolling, introducing a 3G version of the promotional Kindle.
Barnes & Noble has just made its big eReader announcement, and it turns out that the newest device will be a continuation of the NOOK line that focuses more directly on the reading experience (as opposed to the NOOK Color, which has become something of a tablet / eReader in-between).
The new Kobo eReader Touch Edition has just been announced, which will feature six language options, a social reading aspect, and will match up with the Kindle's price. And, of course, will showcase touch functionality.
The "world's first dualbook" has taken its final bow, as enTourage has officially closed the eDGe store and tacitly indicated the discontinuation of the line of tablet / eReader hybrids.
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