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Barnes & Noble To Keep Nook BusinessBarnes & Noble is keeping its Nook digital business after all. The bookseller had planned to combine Nook and its college bookstores, separate from its retail operations.
Readers Brave Cold For Former President Bush Book SigningFormer President George W. Bush signed copies of his new book “41: A Portrait of My Father” Thursday morning for a few lucky readers.
Barnes & Noble Wants To Split Stores & NookBarnes & Noble says it wants to split its retail bookstores and Nook media business into two separate public companies as it looks to boost shareholder value.
Barnes & Noble Gets Samsung To Make NookBarnes & Noble is teaming up with Samsung to develop Nook tablets, the book seller announced on Thursday, as the company focuses its efforts on the Nook software.
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Child Finds Porn On Bookstore E-ReaderA Southlake couple is outraged after their child saw an adult video streaming from an e-tablet there.
Barnes & Noble Releases New Nook For $119Barnes & Noble Inc. is releasing a new Nook e-book reader for the holidays, while it evaluates the future of tablet computers.
Barnes & Noble Launches New Nook HDBarnes & Noble is rolling out two new versions of its Nook with sleek new hardware and a sharper HD screen. The move heightens the intense tablet wars heading into the holidays.
Apple Announces New iPhone 5Apple is holding an event in San Francisco during which it is announcing a new iPhone, capable of faster data speeds and sporting a taller screen.
"Friday Night Lights" Author Pens E-Book SequelThe author of a book about a West Texas high school's football season has penned an e-book focusing on his friendship with one of the team's players.
Arlington Hosts Computer Training Courses For The Unemployed
Grumpy Mood Proves Beneficial For 16-Year-Old AuthorCan grumpy be a good thing? For one 16-year-old Burleson gir, her once-grouchy outlook has turned into a quick-selling new book.