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Nook Color hacked – HOW-TO released

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Looks like someone in the xdadevelopers forums hacked the color Nook (Barnes & Noble color e-reader) and they’re running angry birds on it.

Well here’s some exciting news. The NOOKcolor may of just become the Android tablet of choice. What you’re looking at above is obviously a picture of the NOOKcolor running one of our (and undoubtedly yours) favorite games, Angry Birds. Considering the NOOKcolor is only $249 and doesn’t require one of those pesky two year commitments, it’s starting to look pretty attractive as an Android tablet (once rooted of course).

The HOW-TO is here.


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