Barnes & Noble just announced its latest ereader: The Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight. It doesn't look any different from the previous model until you turn it on. That's when the magic happens. Powered by a front-lit screen dubbed GlowLight, the new Nook emits a pleasant glow that's sort of different from traditional backlighting. It's easier on the eyes but the light cuts the battery life in half -- which honestly is not that big of a deal.
Back in April, Barnes & Noble one-upped Amazon by introducing the Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight, taking e-ink reading out of the dark. So how did Barnes & Noble get light evenly across the display? It's not just technology magic,... Read Post
Barnes & Noble on Sunday announced a price reduction for its popular Nook Simple Touch with Glowlight. The company is now selling the device for just $119. In an obvious jab at Amazon’s eReader ads the company declared that the devi... Read Post