Barnes and Noble have once again cut the prices of their older Nook Color and Nook Tablet products as their new Hook HD and Nook HD+ tablets are now officially on sale.
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Barnes and Noble has quietly reduced the prices of its 8 GB Nook Color and the 8 and 16 GB Nook tablet devices, with the 16 GB Nook Tablet now selling for just $199.
Barnes and Noble announced that it is now started selling an 8 GB version of its Nook Tablet for the price of $199, matching the price of Amazon's 8 GB Kindle Fire tablet.
Microsoft has got an edge in its court battle with Barnes and Noble as a judge in the case dismissed the bookseller's claim that Microsoft is misusing its patents to fight Google's Android OS.
Barnes and Noble is planned to launch yet another eReader device sometime in the spring of 2012, according to a new profile of the company in the New York Times.
Barnes and Noble's Nook Tablet will be shipping to customers earlier than scheduled. People who pre-ordered the tablet will receive them today and it goes on sale at retail stores Thursday.
Netflix has announced a new version of its popular mobile streaming video app for owners of Android-powered tablets, including the new Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet, with a new iPad version in the works
As expected, Barnes and Noble announced the Nook Tablet device today which goes on sale next week for $249. The current Nook Color gets a price cut to $199 and a new Nook Simple Touch for $99.
An leak of internal Barnes and Noble documents reveals that the next version of the Nook, the Nook Tablet, will launch November 16, one day after Amazon officially launches the Kindle Fire