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Apple's tablet experiences decline in market share, while the battle of e-readers gets a new leader.
According to Web analytics firm Chitika, Apple's iPad is responsible for nearly all of the Web traffic coming from tablet devices.
Just a few days after its debut, the third-gen iPad is grabbing almost 5 percent of the Web traffic among all iPads tracked by Chitika.
AOL, Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo already prohibit pirate Web sites from joining their ad networks. But the White House says those four companies "are being encouraged" to do more.
Chitika, which analyzes Web traffic across its advertising network, says it found that iOS has overtaken Mac OS X in total Web market share for the first time.
Android grabbed the top share of the mobile market in December based on the number of ad impressions tracked by ad network Chitika.
The level of activity in Windows 8 among people running the Developer Preview is lower than it was three months ago, according to new data from ad network Chitika.
Online activity from Amazon's new tablet is at a record high, according to ad network Chitika, and shows no sign of slowing down.
Though Amazon's tablet saw heavy demand initially, the allure of the Fire may be waning, according to ad network Chitika, which calls it little more than "an e-reader+."
Nearly one year into Android 3.0's lif, new data confirms that users are not buying Honeycomb tablets.