TechCrunch is reporting, under good authority, that it has information indicating sales of Amazon’s Kindle has already surpassed the 3 million mark. Analysts had predicted Kindle sales to eclipse the 2.5 million unit mark by the close of 2010… yes, that is 500,000 more units sold 365 days early. The report comes on the heels of impressive Q4 results, as Amazon posted a net sales increase of $9.52 billion, up 42% year-over-year; 37% when adjusted for a favorable foreign currency exchange rate. Net income for Q4 was $384 million or $0.85 per diluted share, a 71% increase year-over-year. As always, you can hit the links for more info.