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The last major bookstore chain wants to be all things to all people, but it turns out that's not easy to do.
It's not uncommon to hear someone refer to their ereader app as being a bookstore on their phone or tablet, but the folks at Barnes & Noble get about as close as you can towards making that statement literal. The Nook app is much more than just an ereader app attached to a store, it's an access portal for movies, television shows, newspapers, magazines, and even puzzles and toys that are sold in physical B&N locations. A content portals go, the Nook app is perfectly capable of delivering a tremendous amount of content to your mobile device. Whether or not that means you want to use this app as your primary reading mechanism is another matter entirely.
Made from a glossy and matte double molded polycarbonate, this bumper case conforms perfectly around the BlackBerry Z30 to provide casual protection against minor drops. It even slightly elevates the phone from flat surfaces, keeping it safe from unwanted scratches and scuffs. On sale today for only $4.95!
Truprotection has utilized the highest grade materials and cutting-edge technologies to create a screen film worthy of protecting your Moto X (2nd Gen.). Equipped with a high-gloss crystal finish, installation is simple with an innovative static cling adhesive and a precise die-cut fit. Yours today for only $8.95
HTC's first Quad HD phone is a plastic-bodied HTC One for China.
Just like that, HTC has updated its Chinese site with an official listing for a new high-end handset for that country — the HTC One E9+. Drawing on HTC's high-end One design language and that of its more affordable Desire series, the E9+ brings premium specs to a mainstream plastic-bodied phone. Color options include "meteor grey," "classic rose gold" and "gold sepia," in a two-tone style similar to HTC's flagship One M9.