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Nook Wi-Fi now available for $150, Nook 3G $200

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on June 21st, 2010

Great news for Nook fans. Looks like an all-white, Wi-Fi only version goes on sale today for $150. Better news is that the 3G version has also dropped by $60. That means that the classic nook is now $200. The only differences between the $150 Wi-Fi nook and the $200 3G nook are: Wi-Fi vs 3G, the Wi-Fi has a white back, the 3G has a grey back and the Wi-Fi is 11.6 ounces while the nook 3G is 12.1 ounces.

You are good to go with either, but that $200 Nook is worth it just to make sure you have perpetual, free access from anywhere. Great news!

Barnes & Noble WiFi only Nook available for pre-order

Posted in Best Buy by Shane McGlaun on June 21st, 2010

The original Nook eReader that Barnes & Noble unveiled had integrated 3G connectivity for downloading books on the go. Many people found that they only downloaded books at home and wanted a cheaper device without 3D and Barnes & Noble have complied.

The WiFi only version of the Nook has landed on BestBuy.com. You can pre-order the device at BestBuy.com for $149.99 with delivery by July 3. The device is just like the original Nook sans 3G.

Nook now in stock with free shipping

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on February 8th, 2010

Barnes and Noble has production of the Nook shifted into high gear at last. The e-Readers should start appearing in stores this week and the company has plenty of “More In Store” content and promotional offers, like: A short story by Adriana Trigiani, a Valentine’s Day recipe for red velvet cupcakes from Anne Byrn, the Cake Mix Doctor, and something called “Read Between the Wines,” a feature by wine expert Kevin Zraly.

I know you can hardly wait for all that stuff. You can order online with free shipping right now or buy one in person.


M-Edge unveils new Nook accessories

Posted in ebooks by Shane McGlaun on January 29th, 2010

The Barnes & Noble Nook is one of the coolest eReaders on the market right now. The Nook proved to be so popular during the holiday season that they were sold out until this month. If you were able to get your hands on a Nook, M-Edge has a new line of accessories for you.

The new line includes a slew of jackets and sleeves in different styles and colors ranging from over 450 to under $30 depending on what you choose. Some of the sleeves are fancy leather and others are neoprene.

Colorware colors the Nook

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2010

You love your Nook right? But the design is pretty boring. Well now you can choose the look that you want, whether it’s a clashing color scheme or a solid. You can go as ugly as as pretty as you like. You’re the one who has to look at it.

Colorware will now bring your Nook’s exterior to life. A fresh paintjob will cost you $125. If you have the scratch, head on over to Colorware and design the Nook of your dreams.

Nook Firmware updated to version 1.1

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on December 21st, 2009

We know that many of you still haven’t received your Nook eReader yet, but here’s some good news. The latest firmware update, version 1.1 has been released.

Calm down. There isn’t anything too exciting happening here, but if you use your Nook a lot, you’ll notice some speed improvements. The update also fixes some other issues. For instance Page updating on the display should be faster. Page numbering issues have also been fixed. And navigation on the color screen is apparently improved.

Barnes & Noble sees heavy demand for Nook e-book reader

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on November 9th, 2009

Barnes And Noble e-Book reader revealedIf you want to get a Nook for this holiday season, you better get on that right away. The Nook is proving so in demand that they are pushing the second wave of pre-orders into the first week of December.

Many customers are delaying their order until they see the e-book reader in person at Barnes & Noble. Apparently display units should start arriving at the end of November, but it looks unlikely that there will be any units to sell. That means that you may have to get it sight unseen if you want delivery before the holidays. The cost is $260.


Spring Design sues Barnes & Noble over Nook eReader

Posted in ebooks by Shane McGlaun on November 3rd, 2009

springdesignereaderYou might recall that sweet Android-powered eBook reader from Spring Design called the Alex that we talked about last month. Spring Design has filed a suit against Barnes & Noble over its recently announced Nook eReader for alleged IP infringement.

According to Spring, it was in talks with Barnes & Noble to partner to distribute the Alex when executives at Barnes & Noble misappropriated the trade secrets and violated the non-disclosure agreements in place between the two firms. Spring claims that Barnes & Noble made no indications of using the features of the Alex reader in its own product until the Nook was officially announced.

Barnes & Noble ‘Nook’ e-reader out Tuesday, $259

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on October 19th, 2009

Barnes And Noble e-Book reader revealedWe’ve been waiting for more info about Barnes and Noble’s new color e-book reader and it looks like we have some. According to the Wall Street Journal, they’ve seen an upcoming ad for Barnes & Noble’s e-book reader.

It’s called the Nook. And according to the article, you can expect it to be out on Tuesday, when it will retail for $259. Interestingly, the device will let users “lend e-books to friends.” That last bit is intriguing. More tomorrow.

Audi Snook, the smart one-wheeled car

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on April 15th, 2008

Audi Snook, the smart one-wheeled car
How do I stop this crazy thing? The one-wheeled Audi Snook looks like a cross between a top and a…top with an Audi logo. I’m with you, it’s seems insane, but this auto-stabilized monowheel design concept won German student Tilmann Schlootz a Michelin Challenge Design Award 2008 at the Detroit Auto Show.

The entire interior is just a seat and a joystick. Doesn’t look like it has much leg room. Alright, so how on Earth does this vehicular lightbulb stay upright? “Agility through instability, controlled by artificial intelligence — that is my formal issue,” answers designer Schlootz. Um, thanks for clearing that up. I’ll stick with putting a spherical Michelin tire under my computer chair for now. It’s probably safer.

All of Time Inc’s Publications Will Be Available As Tablet Editions By 2012

Posted in News by Reuben Drake on August 3rd, 2011

If you are a fan of Time Inc’s publications, you’ll be happy to know that it will be bringing all its 21 publications out as tablet editions before the end of the year. Time Inc. is the first major U.S. magazine publisher to make all of its titles available specifically for tablet devices.

Time Inc. has also announced a new agreement with Barnes & Noble to sell digital subscriptions of its publications on the NOOK Color e-reader. No surprise there. The new e-reader editions will be available toward the end of August.


OnLive Viewer for the HTC Flyer lets you watch others game

Posted in gaming accessories by Conner Flynn on June 26th, 2011

Are you a video game voyeur? If so, here’s some good news. But first, OnLive plans to launch Android and iOS apps later this year that will let you stream PS3, Xbox, and other console-quality video games from a central server. The new apps will let you play games using a virtual on-screen gamepad or an optional Bluetooth controller. Now to what you want to hear, or in this case, see. While you are waiting for those apps, OnLive already has an iPad app that lets you watch games that others are playing. You peeping gaming Toms you.

The company has released its first OnLive Viewer app for Android, for the HTC Flyer tablet. Looks like it also works on several other devices too, including the NOOK Color, HTC Thunderbolt, Desire HD, Evo 4G, and Droid X.

AT&T Galaxy Tab to arrive on Nov 21st for $649

Posted in AT&T by Conner Flynn on November 11th, 2010

AT&T will be offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab though they have not officially released a launch date or pricing details yet. However, a leaked screenshot has surfaced and if the leak is accurate, the Galaxy Tab will be arriving at AT&T stores on November 21st for $649.99 without a contract.

It will be $14.99 a month for 250MB of data or $25 a month for 2GB of data. AT&T will be pre-installing the Nook eReader and the AT&T Account Manager app for on-device activation and monthly credit refills.

iHome unveils iB969 Charging Station

Posted in iHome by Conner Flynn on November 3rd, 2010

iHome has unveiled the iB969 charging station for iOS devices, which features quick-charge USB ports that don’t support syncing and also standard-charge ports that do support syncing. The $60 charging station comes bundled with adapters for various iPods and has a rubberized rest area for your iPad.

You can charge up to four different devices simultaneously. The iB969 can sync with iTunes and features a USB to AC adapter for devices like the Sony Reader. BlackBerry, Kindles and the Nook can be charged using the bundled USB to mini-USB adapter.

HP Zeen C510 Android Tablet spotted in the wild

Posted in HP by Conner Flynn on September 8th, 2010

Looks like we now have some pictures of HP’s 7-inch Zeen C510 Android-powered tablet. The stock Android user interface has been removed in favor of HP’s TouchSmart UI and there’s no sign of the Gmail app or Android Market, though an email client is included, along with Yahoo services like Mail and Messenger. Facebook is also onboard.

Nook compatibility should also be included since the Barnes & Noble logo was spotted. The Zeen C510 tablet might show up as early as late September, and it also might be priced at $399.

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