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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.
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.
Google offers coupons on your mobile phone, new orders for Barnes & Noble's Nook won't ship till January 4, and AOL becomes Aol.
Barnes & Noble may be prepping a new 7-inch Nook that has a "revolutionary screen." What does that even mean? Also, an iPhone rumor is born every minute, and Microsoft finally realizes that nobody wants to pay $1 million for Windows 8.
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.
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 announces the new Nook Color, Apple delays shipment of the white iPhone 4, and why you should engrave something embarrassing on the iPad you gift this holiday season.
Hard drive shortages and weak sales slow down the PC market, HTC announces phones that will get the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update, and Barnes & Noble takes on the Kindle with a new lineup, including the Nook Tablet and Nook Simple Touch.
Samsung's next smartphone could let you navigate with your eyes, Twitter kills TweetDeck apps, and HitBliss users pay for movies by watching commercials.
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?