For those who’ve been worrying about whether or not your local Barnes & Noble will be staying open, the latest news does not bode well. While it’s not about their brick-and-mortar stores, it is about their entrance into the tablet world. As reported in articles in Digital Book World as well as Publisher’s Weekly, the company will continue to design e-readers, like their Simple Touch and Glowlight lines, but will create a partnership model for color tablets. If you already have a Nook, you don’t have to fear that it’s completely obsolete. As of now, B&N will continue to service what already exists. They will also continue to offer digital content as well as continue their designs in e-readers only. But for color tablets,…