Samsung and Barnes & Noble are releasing the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook today, both in Barnes & Noble retail stores as well as online. A variant of the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 4, the Tab 4 Nook comes loaded with Barnes & Noble software rather than Samsung's TouchWiz.
Samsung and Barnes & Noble have officially taken the wraps off their new co-created tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook. The tablet looks just like the standard 7-inch Galaxy Tab 4, but comes with Barnes & Noble's Nook software. It'll still run on Android, but the software will be modified to included both Samsung's and Barnes & Noble's features. Show More Summary
Barnes & Noble has officially kicked off a new era -- one in which it doesn't manufacture its own tablets. The struggling book outlet announced last summer that it would work with other manufacturers going forward and Samsung is first inline. The...
In an effort to bring the Nook platform to a more familiar – and more fully-featured – device, Nook has announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, a 7-inch tablet made primarily by Samsung. It includes something called the “Barnes & Noble Advantage,” a deeply linked app that allows for book downloads as well as tech support “It’s the first ever… Read More
Itching for a new Nook tablet? Well you are getting one either way! The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook is here to rescue you from a Nookless existence. Read more...
At this point we’ve seen pretty much every nook and cranny of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, but a new leak gives us the best look at the device yet. Luxury accessory maker Feld & Volk has shared images of what … Read more ›
Barnes & Noble will begin selling its new Samsung-built Nook tomorrow in its chain of retail stores immediately after the device is unveiled at a press event, the DigitalReader reports. News of Barnes & Noble’s partnership with Samsung first emerged back in June, with Samsung giving the bookseller its first new tablet refresh in nearly two years. The […]
Barnes and Noble just posted up a new teaser video for their upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook tablet and it features none other than Grumpy Cat who offers some thoughts on the device that's been co-developed with Samsung.
Barnes & Noble's Nook e-reader may have been a failure, but that doesn't mean it's getting out of the tablet game A video has surfaced of the bookseller's branded Samsung Galaxy Tab 4, which is carrying on the Nook name. The partnership...Show More Summary
One of my favorite ways to consume short stories (besides toasting them lightly in the oven) is via podcast. I can listen to a story when reading is impossible or not advisable. I'm not brave enough to bring my Nook into the bath, but I love to hear a great voice talent spin the story out for me, the speaker safely away from the water. Read more...
What better way to tease a new device than to have seemingly random people declare their unequivocal appreciation for it? Amazon took this approach for a Fire Phone teaser earlier this year and today, Barnes & Noble is doing the same for its upcoming tablet. Show More Summary
Samsung and Barnes and Noble today released a painfully cheesy teaser video promoting its upcoming Nook tablet. The device, rumored to be named the “Galaxy Tab 4 Nook,” is slated for a late August reveal in New York. News of the partnership first emerged in June, following reports that sales from Barnes & Noble’s Nook Media were in steady […]
In order to save cash, Barnes & Noble decided to kill off its homegrown line of Nook tablets, and just asked Samsung to rebrand a Galaxy Tab instead. We've already seen images of the elegantly-named 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, but in a new...
Go into every nook and cranny of the place, omitting not a single one. Sprinkle every corner and crack abundantly with Holy Water, also blessed with the older Rituale. If I were doing this, I would even use blessed salt around the perimeter...Show More Summary
It's not that Pauline was ungrateful for her kitchen nook — it was a convenient corner with a desktop that could be a great place to do work. It's just that it didn't fit her needs (or aesthetics). So she came up with a plan to moldShow More Summary
The Kindle’s eternal competitor, the Nook is back with a vengeance as Samsung teams up with Barnes & Noble for …
The two companies have planned an event in New York City where they're expected to trot out Samsung's version of the Nook.