Android generates the most mobile ad traffic to smartphones, though iOS is still the top money maker, says Opera Mediaworks.
The iPhone beat other rivals in Web traffic following the holidays, but the iPad was outpaced by the competition, says Chitika.
The man who shot Trayvon Martin gets pulled over for speeding. While his license is examined, the police officer's dashcam records what sounds like iPhone taking a picture. Was this for work or posterity?
Chitika, an advertising network, also determined that BlackBerry and Windows Phone users barely make a blip in terms of total Web usage.
According to Chitika, an advertising network, the iPhone 5 nabbed 56 percent of all traffic volume between it and the Samsung Galaxy S3.
The new Fire is seeing strong demand, according to ad impressions from Chitika, but Google's Nexus 7 is at the top of the charts in Web traffic.
Beat the Traffic will unveil the latest Beat the Traffic app for the iPhone at the Macworld iWorld 2012 event being held January 26-28 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Available for free for the iPhone and iPad, Beat the Traffic lets motorists view real-time traffic conditions and adjust their route if necessary.
The carrier, however, left the door open for a potential change.
Users of TomTom's app for iPhone finally get to benefit from the data they provide, and Android users will be getting an app of their own.