Nook HD
Barnes & Noble took a shot at archrival on Wednesday, unveiling its own lighter and thinner hi-definition tablets that can accommodate multiple users in a bid to win a bigger share of the exploding tablet market. The largest U.S. bookstore chain introduced the new devices with price tags ranging from $199 for a 7-inch Continue Reading →
Apple and Amazon
Apple would prefer agency pricing on ebooks — that, we know. In fact, Apple is likely to appeal the DOJ’s ebook pricing settlement with HarperCollins, Hachette and Simon & Schuster, which was approved last week. Turns out, though, that doesn’t mean Apple won’t play the price-drop game on their ebooks in the meantime. We saw Continue Reading →
Nook Simple Touch
Barnes and Noble’s Nook Simple Touch eBook reader can play PlayStation 1 games. No, this isn’t a really late April Fools’ joke. I’m serious. You can do it too. First, you’ll need to root your Nook Simple Touch. Lifehacker has full instructions (with video). Next, you’ll need to download the Free PlayStation Emulator (FPse, which Continue Reading →