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For those who have purchased ebooks for Amazon's Kindle ebook reader, there is also an app for iPad that lets you read your favorite titles on the Apple tablet.
Chances are, you've been hearing a lot about E-Readers these days. They're devices designed primarily for the purpose of reading digital publications (books, newspapers, magazines, etc).
In this episode Andrew Moore-Crispin talks with Jonathan Shar about the 2011 Nook lineup at CES 2011.
We take a minute to show you a free application that's packed with thousands of free books. More than 100,000 actually.
As dedicated e-readers go, the NOOK Color is considerably less dedicated than most. That's a good thing. In addition to being a great way to take your bookshelves with you, it's also a fairly capable, though considerably simplified, tablet.