No more Christmas Nooks Video
Two major announcements come from events for Microsoft's Windows Phone 7.5 and for Barnes & Noble's Nook, T-Mobile and Verizon have more 4G offerings, and Twitter buys popular client TweetDeck.
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.
Santa just might bring you the Barnes & Noble Nook in time for Christmas, Twitter plays with paid accounts, and adult apps are coming to Android.
Nielsen thinks that Android phones are finally more desirable than iPhones, but Antuan could have told you that based on less than scientific observations. Justin shows us a phone that he does not desire, the HTC Droid Incredible 2. The unlikely Barnes & Noble Nook Color is rapidly becoming the most desirable Android tablet thanks to a new firmware update. Meanwhile, Motorola plans to give hardcore users what they truly desire, quad-core processors and more hacker friendly Android phones. All of that plus more news and the answers to your emailed questions on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly with Justin Eckhouse and Antuan Goodwin.
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.
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.
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.
On today's show, we're predicting what Barnes and Noble will announce tomorrow for the Nook--early mockups seem to indicate a mystery hook on the bottom that could maybe, uh, attach to your belt-loop? Also, Google admits that the 600GB of data "fragments" it collected from its Street View cars might kind of, funnily enough, include email addresses, passwords, and complete email text. Oh, and phone numbers. Great. --Molly
It's a battle between two 7-inch tablets with their own ecosystems. The Barnes & Noble Nook HD gets updated with Google Play and Chrome, but is it enough to best Amazon's Kindle Fire HD?
Barnes & Noble unveils the Nook e-reader, Apple releases new iMacs, and we've got some earbuds that can make you look like you're nuts.