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David Carnoy takes a first look at Barnes and Noble's new e-reader, the Nook.
Barnes & Noble is launching new boutique areas for its Nook e-reader; DXG releases the first pocket-size 3D camcorder; and the iPhone Dev Team makes jailbreaking as easy as swiping your finger.
Barnes & Noble has unveiled the second-generation Nook, a touch-screen e-ink e-reader the company is calling the "Simple Touch eReader."
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.
Barnes & Noble unveils a black-and-white, touch-capable Nook e-reader, Apple finally responds with a fix for MacDefender malware, and Microsoft shows off the next version of Windows Phone 7 code-named Mango.
The e-reader battle is far from over with Barnes and Noble's Nook Simple Touch looking to take down the established Amazon Kindle Touch. Who will reign supreme?
Apple's iOS 4 comes out today; a poster for Facebook flick "The Social Network" hits the Web; and Barnes & Noble introduces a second, less-expensive Nook 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.
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.
Barnes & Noble has officially introduced the Nook Color, a $249, Android-based color e-reader with a 7-inch screen that will ship on November 19.