It’s no secret Barnes & Noble is in a similar financial pickle to BlackBerry when it comes to its hardware manufacturing division, as the Nook line of e-readers and tablets seems but a paltry rival for Amazon’s Kindles at the box-office. B&N...Show More Summary
Dec. 4 - 5, 2013 Redwood City, CA Tickets on Sale Now On Christmas morning children will unwrap their gifts to find a shiny new tablets and e-readers, but this year the Nook is not likely to be one of …
Barnes & Noble's revamped Nook GlowLight is an e-reader evolved to stand out in a world gone tablet crazy.
The last twelve months have been a heck of a roller-coaster ride for venerable bookseller and gadget-maker-come-lately Barnes & Noble. A year ago, it released nice new Nook HD tablets which offered, among other things, movies from B&N’s own new video store. Show More Summary
Barnes and Noble may be going back and forth on its Android tablets, but the booksellers aren't wavering on e-ink. Meet the new Nook GlowLight, a light, white re-imagining of the front-lit reader we loved so well, back for a second shot at the throne. Read more...
Barnes & Noble is heavily discounting Nook HD tablets originally introduced in the fall of 2012.
Nook Media LLC, a subsidiary of Barnes & Noble, Inc., and One Laptop per Child (OLPC) announced this week that a Nook App for Kids will be pre-installed on OLPC’s XO Tablet. The post Barnes & Noble Partners With One Laptop Per Child appeared first on Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit.
While the folks over at Barnes & Noble might be working to alter their Android tablet strategy, they have not quite yet forgotten about the NOOK digital bookstore alongside the hardware that will be able to read such eBooks. In fact,...Show More Summary
Barnes & Noble and One Laptop Per Child have partnered to preload a new Nook kids' app on OLPC's $150 XO tablets, which are designed for children in the U.S.
Microsoft has been awfully busy ever since Steve Ballmer announced his retirement back in August. The company bought Nokia, introduced a new Surface tablet lineup, and has been searching in every nook and cranny for a viable replacement for the goofy legend that is Ballmer. Show More Summary
Barnes & Noble dropped the prices on Nook tablets in the U.K. for the second time this summer, suggesting it's trying to clear out stock. The company said in June that it would stop manufacturing tablets, before switching course in August.
Readily rootable seven-inch Android slate, anyone? Barnes & Noble has knocked a further 20 quid off the price of its Nook HD and HD+ tablets as it continues to try to shift existing stocks of the gadgets before exiting the hardware business gracefully.…
Barnes and Noble has slashed the cost of its Nook HD and Nook HD+ tablets once again in a bid to clear the decks. The retailer announced today that the... Keep reading ?
Bargain hunting? Good, because Barnes & Noble has just hacked down the price of its Nook HD range in the UK. The 7-inch Nook HD will now set you back just £79 for the 8GB edition and £99 for the 16GB version, while the 9-inch HD+ is now available for £129 (16GB) or £149 (32GB). Show More Summary
Amazon gets a lot of credit for starting the budget tablet craze with the original Kindle Fire. But it was actually Barnes & Noble that released the first subsidized, affordable, 7-inch slate, in the form of 2010's Nook Color. The three...Show More Summary
Two months ago, Barnes & Noble announced that it will stop manufacturing Nook tablets itself and instead seek partnerships with third-party manufacturers to build a co-branded line of tablets. The company is rethinking its stance, however, perhaps as a result of a change at the top. Last month, CEO William Lynch resigned and Michael Huseby... Read More
A new CEO for Barnes & Noble has apparently brought new ideas for the struggling Nook tablet business along with him.
Another quarter, another round of losses for the Nook.
The move raises further questions about the bookseller’s future amid its previously announced plans to stop making its Nook line of tablets.
Barnes & Noble does not seem as though they are going to stop work on NOOK tablets down the road, despite what looked as though they were going to stop the manufacturing of color NOOK tablets such as the NOOK HD and NOOK HD+. In fact,...Show More Summary