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While there's no reason to fear or try to return your ultra-low-cost new Nook Tablet 7, Barnes & Noble admits its power adapter can be dangerous.
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?
Read about the latest rumors concerning the upcoming B&N Nook, powered by Windows 8.
Look at how the hardware specs of Amazon's latest Kindle Fires, including the HD models, fare against some of their competitors.
I know, I know: you could never trade in your beloved old book collection for a Kindle or other e-book tablet. Read about why you might be an endangered species of reader.