Week In Review: eBooks Outsell Print, CES eReaders/Tablets, Tablet Projections Up

Happy Friday! As you head out into the cold, here is a roundup of eBook news from the week.

eBooks began outselling print on USA Today’s bestseller list.

JP Morgan found that 40% of iPad owners own Kindles.

Forrester predicts tablet sales to be higher than previously expected.

BISG found that college students prefer print over digital for textbooks.

Sharp announced plans to open an eBookstore in the U.S. this year.

Apple launched the Mac App Store.

Ectaco introduced an eReader for students.

Aluratek announced new eReaders.

We learned how to use the Kindle for free Internet and phone calls while abroad.

Barnes & Noble launched a Nook iPad app for kids.

Amazon plans to tailor Kindle apps especially for Android based tablets, and introduced the Kindle app for Windows 7 phones.