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Nook GlowLight Plus vs. Kindle Fire

There are a ton of tablets and e-readers on the market, often with similar specs and design. That can make it difficult to narrow down the choices to the one that’s…

Barnes & Noble Introduces the New Samsung Galaxy Tab A NOOK®

New 7.0-inch Galaxy Tab A NOOK is the Next-Generation Reader’s Tablet, Designed with the NOOK Experience Readers Love and the Latest Tablet Features They Need Galaxy Tab A NOOK Available for Only $139.99 with a Special Content Offer; Existing Customers Have the Chance to Upgrade to the New Device for Only $99.99 Barnes & Noble, Inc. Show More Summary

Samsung and Barnes & Noble launch the Galaxy Tab A NOOK for $139.99

Last year, Samsung and Barnes & Noble launched the Galaxy Tab S2 NOOK, a brand new tablet that paired the B&N brand with Samsung’s Galaxy tablet hardware. Now the two companies are back with a brand new tablet. There are actually quite a few changes in this newest tablet compared to the device [...]

Why the iPad Is Going Extinct

What happened to the tablet? When the iPad arrived in 2010, it was hailed as the herald of a new tech category; it was to occupy every kitchen able, and nooks at coffee shops across the globe. But this week, when Apple announced itsShow More Summary

Barnes & Noble’s new Nook GlowLight Plus is waterproof and made of metal

It’s been a while since Barnes & Noble introduced a new ebook reader that isn’t a Samsung tablet in disguise. Finally, the book seller is revamping its Nook GlowLight with the GlowLight Plus, an ebook reader that’s not only easy on the eyes, but also dust and water proof. Show More Summary

Barnes & Noble Releases A New Nook-Branded Samsung Tablet

Alas, poor Nook! I knew him, Reader: a tablet of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy: it hath borne me into the library a thousand times; and now, how abhorred in my imagination it is! my gorge rims at it. The Nook as we knew it is...Show More Summary

Barnes & Noble launches Samsung Galaxy Tab E Nook tablet for $249

Barnes & Noble has partnered with Samsung for another Nook branded Galaxy tablet.

Barnes & Noble and Samsung announce the 9.6-inch Galaxy Tab E NOOK for $250

Barnes & Noble has teamed up with Samsung yet again to bring us a new NOOK branded tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab E NOOK.

Barnes & Noble Teams Up With Samsung to Intro Galaxy Tab E Nook

Barnes & Noble introduced a new Nook tablet this morning, the Samsung-produced Galaxy Tab E Nook. Priced at $249, the idea is to bring a large screen tablet device to the masses for enjoying all of B&N’s content. The Galaxy Tab E Nook...Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy Tab E Nook Is The Latest Barnes & Noble Tablet

Barnes & Noble got out of the business of making its own tablets a long time ago but it found a way to work around the very expensive process of making your own hardware. B&N decided that it will team up with Samsung and use the company’s...Show More Summary

Samsung and Barnes & Noble launch the Galaxy Tab E Nook, a $250 9.6-inch tablet for readers

Barnes & Noble and Samsung have added a new device to their burgeoning range reader-focused tablets — the $250, 9.6-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab E Nook. The new tablet comes a month after the duo launched the 8-inch, $400 Galaxy Tab S2 Nook, which followed on from the $150 Galaxy Tab 4 Nook tablet and $250 […]

Barnes & Noble introduces the Samsung Galaxy Tab E NOOK tablet for $249

Barnes & Noble has partnered with Samsung yet again for another NOOK branded Galaxy tablet, this time the Galaxy Tab E Nook. The 9.6-inch tablet features Samsung's design combined with NOOK's reading and entertainment experience, offering you a great way to read with ease and stay productive, wherever you are.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 now available for purchase, Barnes and Noble’s Nook version too

Announced all the way back in July, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is now officially available to purchase. Coming in two sizes, Samsung’s latest premium tablet will set you back a cool $500 for the 9.7-inch model, or $400 for the 8-inch...

Samsung partners with Barnes & Noble to make Galaxy Tab S2 NOOK

Much like the Amazon Fire line, Barnes & Noble used to sell NOOK-branded Android tablets modified with a custom interface specifically for consuming B&N media. But unlike the Amazon Fire line, the NOOK didn’t do so well and was cancelled. Now the NOOK line is back, but with a less proprietary approach this time around. Barnes & Noble have [...]

Galaxy Tab S2 Nook From Barnes & Noble Launched

Barnes & Noble today announced the launch of a new Nook tablet, it’s not the company’s own hardware as before rather it’s customizing a tablet from Samsung with its own software. The Galaxy Tab S2 Nook has been launched today, it’s called the “best ever Nook” which features B&N’s reading and entertainment software. Show More Summary

Barnes & Noble's Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 NOOK tablet launches for $399

Book seller Barnes & Noble is once again launching its own version of a Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet that has the company's NOOK branding. The 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 NOOK tablet is now on sale for $399.99.

The latest Nook is based on Samsung's Galaxy Tab S2

Barnes & Noble's partnership with Samsung continues with the Galaxy Tab S2 Nook. And, as you've probably guessed, it's simply Samsung's recently announced Galaxy Tab S2 jam-packed with Nook apps. The 8-inch tablet hits Barnes & Noble stores today for $400, though if you've got a B&N membership you can also knock another 10 percent off that price. Show More Summary

Samsung and Barnes & Noble launch the Galaxy Tab S2 Nook, a $400 8-inch tablet for readers

Barnes & Noble and Samsung have launched the latest iteration in their joint mission to combine tablets and e-readers. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Nook follows on from the $150 Galaxy Tab 4 Nook tablet that launched last August, and the $250 10-inch alternative that followed two months later. While Barnes & Noble once made […]

Upgrade Your Tablet - Barnes and Noble Trade In Program

Earlier today, I was excited to read about Barnes and Noble's Trade In & Trade Up program...and they have one for Education, too!My Nook First Edition will get me $50, as will my SimpleTouch (although, it's not working...sigh). They also accept non-Nook devices, like Kindle, iPads and iPad Minis. Show More Summary

Doing all of your reading through the Nook app

The last major bookstore chain wants to be all things to all people, but it turns out that's not easy to do. It's not uncommon to hear someone refer to their ereader app as being a bookstore on their phone or tablet, but the folks at Barnes & Noble get about as close as you can towards making that statement literal. Show More Summary

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