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Barnes & Noble recalls shocking Nook 7 chargers - CNET

12 months agoTechnology : CNET: News

The casing on the tablet's power adapter is faulty, posing an electrical shock risk.

Remains of the Day: Barnes & Noble Recalls Nook Power Adapters

If you’re recently bought a 7" Nook tablet from Barnes & Noble you may be entitled to a replacement power adapter. Device sold over the past few months pose an electric shock hazard. That and more in today’s news. Read more...

Barnes & Noble recalling power adapter from NOOK Tablet 7 due to shock hazard

If you own a Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet 7, we have a bit of bad news for you. The company is issuing a recall not on the tablet, but the power adapter that it comes with. It was found that the plastic casing on the adapter can break while [...]

Barnes & Noble officially recalls Nook 7 adapters for charging issue

12 months agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Barnes & Noble has issued an official recall of the charging adapters sold with its Nook Tablet 7 device, with instructions provided for how to get a new charger. Until then, owners should charge the device with a PC.

Barnes & Noble recalls Nook 7 tablet chargers over electrical shock concern

You now have another reason not to buy this tablet. There are plenty of issues with the Barnes & Noble Nook 7 tablet (not the least of which being its questionable software), but B&N is also now issuing a recall of the Nook 7's charger. Show More Summary

Barnes & Noble Stops Selling Nook Tablets

Barnes & Noble has pulled its latest Nook from sale over safety fears. The Nook Tablet 7 is currently unavailable from the company’s online and physical stores. Furthermore, existing owners of the Nook Tablet 7 are advised not to charge their devices using the supplied adapter. Show More Summary

Barnes and Noble suspends sales of $50 Nook Android 7-inch tablet

Bookseller Barnes and Noble has suspended sales of its recently launched $49.99 7-inch Nook tablet, due to a faulty battery charger

Your Nook Tablet May Contain Spyware

Barnes and Noble’s latest Nook device may contain spyware. The Nook Tablet 7 appears to have shipped with ADUPS installed. ADUPS being software capable of collecting and transmitting data back to base. Which, in this case, means China. Show More Summary

Barnes & Noble tablets ship with stealthy data-gathering program - CNET

The $50 Nook 7 tablet went on sale with a program that quietly sends user data back to a third party. The company says the issue has been addressed.

Barnes & Noble removes malware from $50 Nook tablet, but you still shouldn't buy it

The update may remove the part where your data goes back to China, but everything else is bad and unchanged. About that $50 Barnes & Noble tablet. You might have heard that researchers working with Linux Journal found that the BNTV450...Show More Summary

The new Barnes&Noble Nooks come with free malware

Barnes & Noble began outsourcing its Nook e-readers a few years ago after a partnership with Samsung and their latest $50 Nook 7 android tablet, announced last month, shows us how that has worked out for them. Their latest e-reader includes ADUPS, a firmware that sends user data back to the manufacturer or an interested hacker. Show More Summary

With the $50 Barnes & Noble Nook 7 Tablet, you get what you pay for

If all you're looking for is an e-reader, then maybe $50 isn't that bad. Maybe. Possibly. The Nook 7 from Barnes & Noble is $50. That may be the best thing I have to say about it. It's not particularly fast. (Or fast at all.) The display isn't anything to write home about. Show More Summary

Barnes & Noble Launching New Tablet on Black Friday

After a 2013 decision to exit the tablet business, Barnes & Noble is back with its cheapest Nook yet.

Barnes and Noble 2016 Black Friday Ad

Our Favorite Deal: The Samsung Galaxy Tab A NOOK (page 2) will be $99.99 (reg. $139.99) during this sale. You save 29% off the retail price for this tablet, plus it ships free. The post Barnes and Noble 2016 Black Friday Ad appeared first on Frugal Buzz.

Barnes & Noble Takes on Amazon With New Nook

Barnes & Noble has released a new Nook tablet to compete with Amazon's Kindle Fire.

Barnes and Noble Nook Tablet 7-inch now official with Google Play Services for $49.99

Near the end of October, Barnes and Noble’s newest tablet made the FCC rounds, pointing to a bit of a change of pace for the book seller when it comes to its tablet efforts. Namely, the inclusion of Google Play Services. And sure enough, that is indeed the case. Barnes & Noble has made [...]

Barnes & Noble's releasing a $50 Android tablet that does all the things Amazon won't let Kindles do

last yearHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Chris Meadows writes, "Barnes & Noble is coming out with a $50 Nook Android tablet, with hardware specs similar to Amazon's $50 Fire. The kicker is, this new Nook tablet will run plain-vanilla Android 6.0 Marshmallow and include the full suite of Google Play apps--unlike the Fire, which only permits installation of those apps Amazon deems suitable. Show More Summary

The new $50 Barnes & Noble NOOK tablet wants to take out Amazon Fire

Barnes & Noble has officially announced its new 7-inch NOOK tablet. The $49.99 device with Android 6.0 Marshmallow is going after the similar Amazon Fire.

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