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Barnes & Noble announces launch of NOOKstudy

Barnes & Noble announces launch of NOOKstudy

Barnes & Noble announced back in July the new NOOKstudy platform that would allow students to access a massive library of digital textbooks from a PC or Mac that they can use to study with from anywhere. At the time, we didn’t know exactly when the new service would launch with the only hint being a date of "this fall."

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Periscope Lighted Folio now fits Kindle 2 and Nook in black or pink

Periscope Lighted Folio now fits Kindle 2 and Nook in black or pink

If you are the proud owner of a Kindle 2 or the Barnes & Noble Nook eReader you probably have wanted to use the thing in the dark to read. The downside to any reader with an eInk display is that the screen isn't backlit so if you want to read in the dark, you need a light of some sort.

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Barnes & Noble NOOK for iPhone launched

Barnes & Noble NOOK for iPhone launched

Barnes & Noble has updated its NOOK ereader app range, with a new iPhone app (that also works on the iPod touch) together with rebranding their NOOK for PC and NOOK for iPad apps.  The new NOOK for iPhone gets the same iPad customization, together with last-page-read sync across ebooks also being viewed on the PC, Android, iPad and iPhone apps, and access to the B&N eBookstore and digital library.

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Barnes & Noble up for sale; winner takes nook

Barnes & Noble up for sale; winner takes nook

Barnes & Noble has put itself up for sale, potentially handing the company's nook ebook reader into the hands of rivals such as Amazon.  The move is part of a broader strategy exploring ways to turn around its ailing share price; according to the WSJ's sources, a private equity company is most likely to pick up chain, but there's also the possibility that Amazon themselves could step in and use an acquisition to further bolster their ebook market share.

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Barnes & Noble NOOK for Android released

Barnes & Noble NOOK for Android released

Barnes & Noble has pushed out their promised NOOK app for Android, synchronizing ebook content across from the company's standalone ereader together with their existing software readers, together with allowing access to the B&N eBookstore.  NOOK for Android - a free download from the Android Market or available at www.bn.com/nookforandroid also automatically takes you to the page you last read (though not if you're using the iPhone client).

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B&N nook BNRZ100-01 crosses FCC with new 3G radio

B&N nook BNRZ100-01 crosses FCC with new 3G radio

Barnes & Noble's nook looks to be going through a further hardware tweaking, with a new version of the 3G/WiFi ereader showing up in the FCC database.  The nook BNRZ100-01 - codenamed "CR Nook/Bravo Delta" - looks to be a minor revision of the original model (the BNRZ100), swapping out the 3G modem used for an updated version.

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B&N NOOKstudy sets sights on students

B&N NOOKstudy sets sights on students

Barnes & Noble are pushing to get their nook dual-screen ereader into schools, with the announcement of NOOKstudy.  A new, free digital content management app, NOOKstudy promises to take ebooks, digital class materials, textbooks and notes, and keep everything packaged neatly in one place.  The app doesn't actually require a nook to be functional - though obviously B&N would rather you did buy one - since you can buy, download and read eTextbooks on the PC or Mac client itself.

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nook v1.4 firmware gets rooted

nook v1.4 firmware gets rooted

Got a nook?  Want the latest v1.4 firmware but don't want to give up your Android pleasantries like VPN support, third-party app support and root access?  Head over to nookDevs, then, as they've just pushed out their hacked nook v1.4 firmware that lets you access all of Barnes & Noble's latest functionality together with the benefits of having root-level access.

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Borders Doesn’t Drop Price of Kobo eReader, Offers $20 Gift Card Instead

Borders Doesn’t Drop Price of Kobo eReader, Offers $20 Gift Card Instead

Considering all the hub-bub that the Amazon Kindle, and Barnes and Noble nook (both versions) received yesterday, we were shocked that some of the other eReaders out there didn't follow suit. Apparently it took a day for the news to hit the competition, because today sees the announcement from Borders that, for the same price as the "nook Lite," you can pick up the Kobo variation, plus a little gift.

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Amazon’s Kindle Drops in Price to $189

Amazon’s Kindle Drops in Price to $189

It's the season for price drops, it seems. Right on the heels of Barnes & Noble announcing the 3G-capable nook would get a price drop (with the addition of a new, WiFi-only model), Amazon has followed suit. That's right, the prodigal eReader that, for all intents and purposes, started the digital book reading phenomenon, has finally made a price drop happen. What once was $259, is now only $189.

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How to Save the E-Reader

How to Save the E-Reader

Does the e-reader need saving? If Amazon, Barnes & Noble and the like have sold plenty of units, the category is still facing some tough competition and it lacks a compelling reason to exist. Apple has fired the first shots in the consumer tablet war, but I think e-reader devices can easily survive if they avoid that fight altogether.

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B&N 3G/WiFi nook price slashed to $199.99

B&N 3G/WiFi nook price slashed to $199.99

Like the idea of a cut-price Barnes & Noble nook but unwilling to give up 3G connectivity and settle for the $150 WiFi-only version?  As well as the new, entry-level model, Best Buy has also announced a price cut for the original nook, which brings it down from a Kindle-matching $259 to just $199.99.

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