Just in time for holiday shopping, rival e-readers jockey over social features, extras, ads (or not), and prices.
Writing a how-to book in a static medium like paper about something as dynamic as Facebook is challenging at best and at worst...well...idiocy.
B&N's Nook Tablet is fast, has a dynamite display, and will give Kindle Fire and other value tablets a run for their money.
B&N's; Nook Tablet tops Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet in specs, but costs $50 more.
The Internet retailer's complete collection of Prime Lending Library books for Kindle devices is online and accessible from any Web browser.
The second-generation Kindle Fire is said to have a slightly smaller screen than the jump to 10 inches that Amazon described.
The Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet has slightly better specs on paper, but we'll have to wait to see both before a winner can be declared.