Rumor: Barnes & Noble Taking on Kindle with Help from Android
The big, hot rumor of the day is that bookselling behemoth Barnes & Noble is on the verge of introducing their own ereader device powered by Android. The basis of this story comes from a B&N employee who claims to have developed apps for the device.Â
Gizmodo is reporting that the retailer is going to drop this on us as early as next month.Â Â The unnamed device is expected to have a six-inch screen, a virtual keyboard, and allow for downloadable content (apps!) over wireless connection.
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