Kobo eReader Video
While it's got a few kinks, the extra features of the Barnes & Noble Nook make it a worthy and enticing e-reader alternative to the Kindle.
David Carnoy takes a first look at Barnes and Noble's new e-reader, the Nook.
Nintendo drops the price of the DSi overseas, Barnes & Noble gives customers $50 gift card with the purchase of a Nook e-reader, and word is that Hulu videos may be coming to Microsoft's Xbox Live.
MySpace and Facebook are hooking up? In a way. Maybe. But the real meat of the news today is all the e-book hype. Barnes and Noble will sell the Que, Bridgestone has a color one coming out, and Barnes and Noble may not always have its own Nook eReader. But does anyone want them?
Barnes & Noble has unveiled the second-generation Nook, a touch-screen e-ink e-reader the company is calling the "Simple Touch eReader."
David Carnoy takes a quick look with Kobo's Touch E-Reader.
For the moment, the Wi-Fi-only version of the Barnes & Noble Nook is the best e-reader you can buy for less than $150.
The Kindle Touch is one of the best full-featured e-book readers you can get for $99.
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.
Barnes & Noble is set to launch its Nook e-reader, Rock Band comes to the iPhone, and Google and Virgin plan to offer a gift for the holidays.