FORTUNE -- Based on Web usage, the tablet market in North America still looks like Apple and the 13 dwarfs.
The chart above was posted Monday by Chitika, a mobile ad networks that runs about 4 billion spots per month across 300,000 websites in the U.S. and Canada and -- shades of the N.S.A. -- collects metadata on some tens of millions of tablet Web impressions.
The charts below show how that usage has changed over the past three months.
Link to the full report: May 2013 Tablet Update.
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South Korea's Samsung is trampling rivals and gunning for Apple. Can its hot streak last?
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Verizon and Sprint marketing departments go head to head in advertising their new Android devices.
Since Sprint's device is coming out tomorrow, they are up first. Hopefully, Halo got a payout on this one:
That seems very Droid-like. So what does the 'maker of the Droid' have to say?Seth Weintraub - Aug 30, 2010 5:23 PM ET
The svelte Samsung's Galaxy S platform comes to U.S. shores with an amazing 4-inch Super AMOLED display.
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