This pocketable eReader now sports a touchscreen and improved performance, but will the price drive customers away?
The addition of Wi-Fi to this eReader is welcome, but can it really compete with the Kindle and Nook?
A software update brings improved performance and more features to Barnes & Noble's dual-screen eReader.
The bookseller's second eReader adds a vivid color display and some tablet features while keeping the price affordable.
This cheap color eReader may tempt shoppers, but it's not in the same league as the Kindle and Nook.
The newest refresh to the Kindle line is sleeker and slimmer with a better screen and more wireless options.
We recently let you in on our essential tips for the Amazon Kindle and now it's the Barnes & Noble Nook's turn. Discover new features of your Nook that you may not know about. For instance, did ...
This large-screen eReader features an improved display and a lower price, but it still doesn't offer a robust enough experience for students.
Stanza is one of the few eBook apps to support a large number of formats, giving it an advantage over the competition.
Barnes & Noble is not playing around when it comes to the eReader market. Not only do they have their homegrown Nook, but also devices made by several other companies: Plastic Logic, iRex, Samsung...