Barnes & Noble already sells eBooks and you can read these for instance already on the iPhone with the B&N eReader.
Barnes & Noble already announced in July a partnership with eReader maker Plastic Logic. The WSJ reports now that Barnes & Noble is according to sources ready to launch their eBook reader in November.
To compete with the Amazon Kindle, the B&N eBook reader needs to have a price-tag of around $250 and offer wireless network capabilities.
The kicker though would be if the rumors are true that the Barnes & Noble eBook Reader would run Android OS.
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