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Published on Oct 21, 2009
Barnes and Noble took the wraps off its own e-book reader yesterday, called the Nook, and while its very similar in some respects to the big kid on the block, the Amazon Kindle, its 3.5-inch touch-sensitive LCD screen and WiFi support have some understandably interested in the device. Does it garner top dog status, or will it stay at the back of the shelf? We ask Mark Harris, of the Sunday Times of London, and Stuart Miles of Pocket-Lint. Distributed by Tubemogul.