Here are the top posts from the past week at TDR.
The new Nook dominated the news, of course, with the new Nook Tablet and $99 Nook Touch coming as a surprise (to most). The Sony Reader Wifi hack continue to draw a crowd, and it should. I really like mine. It’s growing to be my preferred ereader.
But some of the important news didn’t get the attention it deserved. I wish more had read about the Wiley piracy lawsuits, future of digital comics, and the Gamestop tablets. Two of the 3 are important and the third will have an interesting effect on the tablet market as a whole.
- CONFIRMED: Barnes & Noble to Ship New NookColor on 7 November
- Updated: New NookColor Leaked – $249, Dual Core CPU
- Sony Reader Hacked – Now Runs Kindle, ezPDF, and more (video)
- Sony Reader PRS-T1 hacked – Still Won’t Run Angry Birds (video)
- How to read a PDF on an Android tablet
- RIP: Mobipocket 2000-2011
- Kobo Vox Delayed until 7 November
- Sony Reader T1 Hack Now Available
- What I Expect to See From B&N on Monday
- Nook Touch to Get Price Cut on Monday – $99
- NookColor Price Cut Leaked by Walmart
- This Could Be (Is) The Future of Digital Comics
- GameStop Just Started a Tablet Price War
- Boogie Board Rip Now Shipping (video)
- Barnes & Noble Now Sending Out Invites for Nook Launch – 7 November
- I Wouldn’t Get Too Attached to Those Amazon Prime Ebooks
- Wiley to Follow in RIAA Footsteps – Now Suing Ebook Pirates
- iBooks: how to add books without connecting to iTunes
- Jetbook Color confirmed for US release this fall – 9.7? E-ink screen, $350
- Amazon Prime Ebooks Now Live – Borrow 1 Free Ebook a Month