Barnes & Noble is recalling nearly 150,000 adapters that have been sold with its latest tablet, the $50 Nook Tablet 7. The company told owners last month to stop using the adapter, with the CPSC confirming it poses a shock risk.
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Samsung's Galaxy Tab A has gotten the Nook treatment. Now you can access all of Barnes & Nobles ecosystem on the Android 5.1 tablet. The device costs $140, but if you have bought a Nook in the past, you can get it for $100.
Barnes & Noble has announced it's to close the U.K. branch of its Nook digital content store, but has signed a deal with Sainsbury's Entertainment on Demand so owners can still read their books. Well, most of their books.
Barnes & Noble really outdid itself with the new Nook GlowLight Plus. The ebook reader is water and dust proof, features an aluminum casing, and costs just $130. The question remains: Can it beat Amazon?
Barnes & Noble has announced the third iteration of the Samsung Nook, the Galaxy Tab S2. The 8-inch tablet comes with a HD display for books, movies, TV shows and games, with enough battery life for 14 hours use.
After closing its Luxembourg office and buying out Microsoft's investment in Nook Media, Barnes & Noble is taking the next step in shutting down its ebook operations. The international Nook store will close on August 7, 2015.