One of the hottest topics in Android this week has been the new Barnes & Noble “nook” ebook Reader.Â Among the first Android-based devices of its kind, the device is sure to be a hot seller this holiday season.Â After all, it has plenty of …
Say hello to Alex, Spring Design’s brand new Android-based ereader!Â Featuring a 6â€ E-Ink electronic paper display (EPD) up top and a 3.5â€ color LCD display down below,Â the device is the first e-book powered by green robots that offers full browser capability over 3G, …
We still have to wait until next Tuesday for the complete set of specs and pricing but a few details have been unearthed regarding Barnes & Noble’s eReader.Â The device will sport two screens – a 6 inch e-ink display on top for reading books …
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 …
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