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Barnes & Noble Nook Color

Barnes & Noble's Nook Color is a capable color touch-screen e-book reader that offers much of the functionality of an Android tablet for half the price of an iPad.

By November 15, 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating November 15, 2010

Piggyback tech: Winning tack for Nook and Windows Phone?

Commentary: Microsoft and Barnes & Noble have both brought key software to alternative devices that have a solid footing. But just one has a clear-cut edge.

By September 1, 2014


CNET liveblogs Samsung's Galaxy Tab 4 Nook reveal

Barnes & Noble and Samsung have partnered up to offer a fresh new tablet/e-reader hybrid. Join us as we live blog from the special event in New York City.

By August 20, 2014


Super-thin, meter-long e-ink clock makes time gorgeous

Sure, e-ink looks good on your Kindle. But it looks even better in the ClockOne, a wall clock thinner than a pencil that weighs only 5 pounds.

By November 5, 2014


Thinking inside the box

Package designers use art -- and a little magic -- to make your first glimpse of a new product an unforgettable experience.

By November 2, 2014


Amazon Kindle Unlimited vs. Scribd vs. Oyster: E-book subscriptions battle it out

There are three similar book subscription services on the market -- which is right for your reading habits?

By October 2, 2014


Taking a closer look at color-changing LEDs

Sure, these bulbs are smart -- but how accurate are those colors?

By April 15, 2014


Nook sales plummet 50%, but loss narrows

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.

By February 26, 2014


Polaroid's $99 nostalgia-fueled Cube seeks its spot in the GoPro world

The company that first brought the public instant film photography has a low-cost action camera that's about capturing everyday moments, not extreme experiences.

By September 23, 2014


Android 4.4 KitKat now available for Nook owners

For as little as $9.99, you can breathe new life into an old Nook tablet. Of course, there's always the free DIY option.

By January 31, 2014