The price and specifications of the new Nook Tablet put it in direct competition with Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet device.
Booksellers Indigo Books and Music and Books-a-Million join Barnes & Noble in refusing to sell Amazon-published books – but Amazon may be looking into opening their own retail stores.
In the latest salvo in the war between the book giants, Barnes & Noble says it won't sell books published by Amazon in its stores.
A New York Times article puts Barnes & Noble – and its next e-reader – in the headlines.
Looking for new laptops? This year's Consumer Electronics Show is filled with ultrabooks -- new laptops that are thin and light -- and a few models are getting positive press already.
Barnes & Noble says it had record sales on its Nook device but that the Nook Simple Touch sales numbers were less than projected.
Amazon has promised to issue a software update for its Kindle Fire tablet. Is this the fix that Kindle Fire owners have been waiting for?