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Nook to Android Cards Now Support KitKat

Maximum PC: There's nothing wrong with owning a Nook, though if you've outgrown the custom OS and want to transform it into a standard Android tablet, you have options, one of them being a Nook-to-Android (N2A) card. Even better, the N2A team just updated its software to Android 4.4 KitKat, which is the latest version of Google's open source mobile operating system currently available.

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Goodnight and good Nook: farewell to a beloved e-reader

Barnes & Noble has shut down its ebook store. It may have been overshadowed and outsold by the Kindle, but for some readers, it was briefly a revelation

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E-book seller Nook pulls out of UK

Barnes & Noble will stop selling digital books for its Nook device on 15 March, the firm said on World Book Day.


Microsoft Office free for Android 4.4 and Lollipop tablets

Microsoft Office was free as a preview before for Android users, but you need to jump through some loopholes and sign up in groups in order to get access to the app suite until now. Now, Microsoft Office is free for Android tablets that are running Android 4.4 KitKat or above versions of Google’s mobile OS. Even though this still isn’t a complete package, containing only Word, Excel and PowerPoint, it still is a good preview and we are glad to see that it comes free for tablets on the Google Play Store.

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