The bookselling giant's new Nook adds a front-lit screen that makes it legible when light is a scarce commodity.
Lost amid the brouhaha surrounding the color touch screen LCD Kindle Fire e-reader is Amazon's other new Kindle – the Kindle Touch, the online giant's answer to Barnes & Noble's Nook Simple Touch and the Kobo eReader Touch. Nook's t... Read Post
The Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight, now available for $139, has one key update over prior models: With built in LED lighting, you can read your e-Ink content in the dark. Here's a review roundup along with a lightin... Read Post