All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Nook Tablet’

Barnes & Noble Introduces NOOK Kids Summer Reading Program

Today, Barnes & Noble announced their new NOOK Kids Summer Reading Program. If you purchase any NOOK tablet at a Barnes & Noble store between June 18th and September 2nd, you’ll receive free downloads of three different bestselling children and teen book collections designed to keep your kids busy reading all summer long. Each collection will be offered for a …

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Survey Shows E-Reading On The Rise

A new study has found that Americans’ use of e-readers to read their books is on the rise. Over a fifth – 21% – of Americans have now read at least one e-book, and their popularity is growing, especially among avid readers. The Pew Internet survey polled 2,986 Americans aged 16 and up between November 16th and December 21st 2011. …

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Office Depot Will Now Offer NOOK Tablets

Office Depot is celebrating 25 year in the business of providing quality products and services to customers worldwide. Today they announced that they are partnering with the world’s largest book seller, Barnes & Noble to offer their cutting-edge ebook readers, The Nook series. Office Depot joins a long list of retailers who already carry the hugely successful Nook products including …

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New Nook Tablet Set For February 22nd Launch?

Despite making hardware of comparable quality and price for years, Barnes & Noble’s line of Nook readers and tablets has been hard-pressed to compete with Amazon’s Kindle devices. Though the original Nook Tablet launched only 2 days behind the Kindle Fire, it has not been seen as a significant competitor. Part of the reason for this has been the Nook …

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Barnes & Noble Preparing New Nook

In its bid to stay competitive with Amazon, Barnes and Noble appears to be preparing a new addition to their line of Nook readers and tablets. According to a recent report, the company’s engineers are preparing the new device for a release sometime this spring. There are almost no details on the device, which was mentioned in a piece in …

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