Apple's victory may be short lived, says analyst Michael Walkley, as Android is likely to regain lost ground this quarter based on preorders for new high-end phones.
The title stands atop the "Hardcover Advice & Misc." category on The New York Times' Best Seller list.
Walter Isaacson's new biography of Jobs has sold 379,000 in the U.S. during its first week, says theBookseller.com, citing data from Nielsen.
Hewlett-Packard's discontinued tablet has surged to the top of best-seller lists at online retailers. It's all about price. And HP is shipping out more in response.
Though it's only available for preorder, the authorized biography of Steve Jobs, due in March 2012, is proving popular on Amazon--it's a top seller in three different categories.
Activision announces sales milestone for Cold War-era shooter; first-quarter earnings hit $1.4 billion, profit rises to $503 million.
In another sign that e-books are going mainstream, The New York Times will create a best-seller list for electronic content beginning early next year.
Yes, having lots of free and cheap e-books in your e-book store sounds good on paper, but it can create some funky looking best-seller lists.
Like top ten lists? You might like this link aggregator of the best selling items on nine sites from around the Web.
Sony's Reader has been little more than a footnote so far. Now Amazon is looking to light things up with its new Kindle device. Photos: Amazon's Kindle device