Nook Hacks Continue with Working Browser
“Lades and Gentlemen. The nook now has a working browser.”
Of course I felt obligated to see if they could prove it. After clicking the accompanying link,Â IÂ found they snapped a nice pic for us as evidence.
It will be interesting to see what happens over the next day or so.Â Have the floodgates started to open up on this thing?Â Will Barnes & Noble acknowledge the fact that their little baby is being bent to the nookDevs will? What will AT&T do, if anything?Â After all, these data-centric apps are going to be using their not-so-reliable 3G network.Â You’d think they would notice once this starts to go viral.Â Are there even enough people out there to care?
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