Just pop in a special microSD card or download the OS to your own card and you can transform your Nook into a full-blown Android tablet.
Sure, these bulbs are smart -- but how accurate are those colors?
N2A Cards now supports Barnes & Noble's big, beautiful new tablet, giving you the full Jelly Bean experience for as little as $19.99.
Apple's developer conference made waves, but not for the right reasons. Also, Amazon teased a product launch, and Nook goes on life support. Here's your week in review.
The retail giant will likely launch a sensor-packed smartphone on June 18. And while Amazon teases new technology, Barnes & Noble gives up on the Nook tablet as we know it.
Barnes & Noble is ceding the tablet market to larger, deeper-pocketed competitors and focusing on its digital book business. But that means going up against Amazon in a tough mano-a-mano fight.
Barnes & Noble's Nook division has a rough fiscal third quarter. However, the bookseller hopes to reverse the decline with the launch of a new Nook color device later this year.
Barnes & Noble unveils a suite of video apps -- including one that can play movies and shows on rival tablets -- as it turns its back on manufacturing. Can content save the venture?
The bookseller will continue to design and make Nook color devices, with at least one new Nook set for the holiday season, as its chairman shelves a bid to buy the retail side.
With the release of the new Nook HD and Nook HD+, B&N is discounting its older tablets -- the Nook Color is down to $139.