The Future of the Book Video
David Carnoy takes a first look at Barnes and Noble's new e-reader, the Nook.
David Carnoy talks with Jamie Iannone about the future of Barnes & Noble's digital products.
At the O'Reilly Open Source Convention in Portland, Ore., ZDNet's David Berlind talks with the CEO and founder of O'Reilly & Associates, Tim O'Reilly, about Perl, LAMP and the open-source community as it moves into the future.
The Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet hopes to be a Kindle-killer this holiday season. The Nook Color and Nook Simple Touch also get updated features and lower prices.
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos and author Tim O'Reilly speak at the Web 2.0 conference about the unique ingredients that have made Amazon a successful e-commerce company. Bezos also reveals why Amazon needs to continue innovating.\r\n
Do Velocity Micro's low-cost, big-screen tablets offer enough to compete against the Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet? CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell offers his impressions.
CNET's David Carnoy interviews Russ Grandinetti, Amazon's Vice President for Kindle Content, about the new Kindle Fire.
The Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet delivers a full range of reading choices and media apps--and some features you won't find on the Kindle Fire.
At first glance, the new Apple iPad includes most of the features we've been complaining are missing from the current generation of specialized e-book readers, namely the Amazon Kindle and the Barnes & Noble Nook. Check out our hands-on video.
With Justin out for the rest of the week, today we bring in CNET duo Bridget Carey and Mark Licea to run through the ashes of Amazon's Kindle Fire announcement with price cuts for both the BlackBerry PlayBook and the Barnes and Noble Nook Color.