Topic: Barnes & Noble Inc.
Who thought that reading could be this much fun? Yes, this activity is still timeless, but e-readers (tablet-like devices used for reading electronic versions of books and periodicals) are taking the personal technology world by storm. Many e-readers have been put up for sale, but four companies have emerged to dominate this field. Keep reading to find out who comes out on top!
07/14/2011 10:15 am
Google has taken the wraps off the iriver Story HD, the first e-reader to be completely integrated with Google eBooks.
07/12/2011 08:29 am
A gripping account of 1776 – a year of "sustained suffering" and "phenomenal courage."
07/03/2011 07:05 am
As a crowd of American tourists arrive, an expat rediscovers he love for Zimbabwe.
06/30/2011 04:36 pm
Kobo's new eReader Touch Edition – the smallest, lightest, and cheapest touchscreen e-reader yet – is getting rave reviews.
06/15/2011 12:03 pm
With Amazon at the table, says one publisher, "the price of playing poker just went up."
06/08/2011 12:03 pm
The Dow and S&P 500 fell for the third week in a row, down about 83 points and 4 points this week, respectively. The Nasdaq fell for the second straight week, closing about 25 points down.
05/20/2011 06:11 pm
Is it unseemly for a book blogger to bemoan the loss of a book chain?
05/19/2011 03:01 pm
Nook Color users finally have an app store of their own. Which raises the question: Is the Nook Color a tablet or an e-reader?
04/25/2011 05:35 pm
Chapter & Verse David Foster Wallace's "The Pale King" is released online – before it appears in bookstores
David Foster Wallace's "The Pale King" goes on sale on April 15 in bookstores – but Amazon and Barnes & Noble have been selling it online since March 22.
03/31/2011 04:39 pm