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Barnes & Noble Unveils NOOK Video Service

Barnes & Noble announced its new NOOK Video service for streaming and downloading movies and TV shows.

Crackle Hits Windows Phones and NOOK

Crackle announced that its mobile video streaming app is now available for Windows Phones and Barnes & Noble’s NOOK devices.

Amazon’s Kindle is on Fire

IHS iSuppli announced it forecasts that Amazon will ship 3.9 million Kindle Fire tablets during the fourth quarter of 2011, which will surpass all other iPad rivals.

NOOK Tablet Goes With Netflix

Netflix, Inc. announced that the new NOOK Tablet from Barnes & Noble will ship with Netflix preinstalled.

Barnes & Noble Unleashes NOOK Tablet

Barnes & Noble announced its new reading and entertainment-focused NOOK tablet ($249).

Public Libraries Serve Growing eBook Demand

OverDrive announced new statistics showing continued eBook traffic and circulation growth at libraries and schools worldwide.

Overdrive Heads Off to School

Overdrive announced that it now provides digital library services to schools in 15 countries.

Digital Bookmobile Hits the Road

OverDrive announced that the Digital Bookmobile has hit the road on a U.S. tour, promoting the company’s eBook and digital media download service available through public and school libraries.

OverDrive Goes to School

OverDrive announced that educational and academic publishers of eBooks can now reach schools around the world through OverDrive’s digital global network.

eBooks Squeeze Book Publishers

IHS iSuppli announced that, according to its latest research, the book publishing industry has entered a period of long-term decline due to the rising sales of eBooks and eBook readers.

Media Tablets Go Great Guns in Q4 2010

International Data Corporation (IDC) announced that, according to its latest research, manufacturers shipped 10.1 million media tablets in the fourth quarter of 2010, up from 4.5 million in the third quarter.

E-Book Downloads Outpace Mobile Apps

Yankee Group announced it forecasts that U.S. E-Book downloads will outpace paid mobile app downloads through 2013.

E-book Reader Sales Set to Soar

Yankee Group announced it forecasts that global e-reader sales revenue will grow from $1.9 billion in 2010 to $8.2 billion in 2014, while unit sales will rise from just under 11 million in 2010 to nearly 72 million in 2014.

Random House eBooks for Canadian Libraries

OverDrive announced that it will add eBooks from McClelland & Stewart and Random House of Canada to OverDrive’s catalog for Canadian libraries.

Library eBook Checkouts Skyrocket

OverDrive announced that library eBook checkouts in 2010 were up 200% over the previous year.