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2013-01-14 23:04:10

Ironclad Integrity Ltd announces via http://www.FindMyPrice.net a new price report and tech specs review for Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ 9”.

2013-01-12 05:02:17

Engaging readers through a journey of stunning imagery and beautiful stories, EYES IN™ releases Issue 15 of their monthly publication to the Barnes & Noble Nook, Amazon Kindle, Android via

2012-12-16 05:03:32

The most popular family-friendly virtual pet game for Android™, Furdiburb®, is now available for NOOK Family of Devices by Barnes & Noble.

2012-12-02 05:03:51

Kindle Fire vs Nook is one battle that some technology lovers are having and the iTrustNews.com team has completed a review and price comparison for these two tablets.


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Kobo Touch
2014-01-12 00:00:00

The Kobo Touch is an eReader device produced by Kobo Inc., from China, revealed on May 23, 2011, and released in the U.S. on June 10, 2011. It is the third generation eReader from Kobo, and contained improvements from the previous versions. The Kobo Touch included 15 free previews of select books instead of 100 public domain books that were included on the previous versions. Other improvements were an E Ink pearl screen, faster CPU, and it was smaller and lighter. The display is a six-inch...

Barnes & Noble Nook
2014-01-12 00:00:00

The Nook is a brand of e-reader developed by Barnes & Noble with the original device released in November 2009. It featured both Wi-Fi and AT&T 3G, with a 6 inch display and a smaller touchscreen for data input. Since then there has been multiple versions and upgrades. A Wi-Fi only version released in June 2010 and the Nook color using LCD in November 2010. The second generation Nook was released in June 2011, and in February 2012 an upgrade was released to the Wi-Fi only version....

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Word of the Day
fleuron
  • an ornament or knob in the shape of a flower
  • In architecture, a floral ornament; specifically, the large conventional flower usually placed in the center of the abacus of a Corinthian capital or classic ceiling-caisson; also, the floreated termination of a Gothic finial.
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