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If the $50 Nook Tablet 7 felt a little too good to be... so cheap, it's probably because it's pre-loaded with spyware, as well as plagued by adapter flaws.
Barnes & Noble follows BLU on the radar of mobile security experts, apparently also putting the personal data of Nook Tablet 7 users at risk.
In a surprising bid to capture some Black Friday spotlight, Barnes & Noble has just taken the wraps off its cheapest gadget yet, the Nook Tablet 7.
The Galaxy Tab A Nook is the latest result of a Barnes & Noble - Samsung collaboration going on for a few years now, starting at $100 for old Nook fans.
The company has not had a successful time in the digital world. The NOOK will be going away into ether as we wonder what will come to replace it.
The 9.6-inch Galaxy Tab E Nook is the third fruit of Samsung and Barnes & Noble's collaboration, going for $250 with deeply forked Android software.
Barnes & Noble's new Nook is meant to pull the company's e-reader division out of the doldrums – so why does it look so much like a cheap Samsung tablet?
Check out the fruits of the new Samsung/Barnes & Noble partnership, the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook tablet.
Learn about the new deal between Samsung and Barnes & Noble that will bring us Galaxy Tab Nook tablets in a couple months.
The latest IDC numbers are in for tablets in the last quarter of 2012. Apple still in the lead followed by Samsung. Read the details to find out more!
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we go through the recently leaked image of the HTC One X+, which was sporting a T-Mobile logo at the top. Then we go through the recent deals that Google is bringing to their Play Store to celebrate 25 billion downloads. Later we talk about Barnes & Noble’s new Nook HD and Nook HD+ tablets that were released today. We also go through the sad news that Texas Instruments is abandoning the smartphone market, which we’re sure will end-up being sadder news for them down the road. We then end today’s show talking about [...]
Barnes & Noble have announced a duo of tablets: the seven-inch Nook HD, and the nine-inch Nook HD+.
Read about the latest rumors concerning the upcoming B&N Nook, powered by Windows 8.