This chart shows how tablets shipments are expected to overtake PC shipments for the first time in 2015.
This chart shows global search interest in tablets during this year's holiday shopping season. Small tablets, such as Apple's iPad mini or Google's Nexus 7 currently spark more consumer interest than larger tablets such as Apple's iPad 4.
Tablet users spend 50 percent of their screen time on entertainment. Activities such as gaming, reading and listening to music trump more productive tasks by a significant margin. A sliver of hope for the PC industry?
This chart shows the results of a May 2013 survey among American tablet owners regarding their tablets of choice.
This chart shows active devices running Android by version and smartwatch compatibility.
This chart shows global tablet shipments by operating system.
This chart shows shows global shipments of connected devices, i.e. PCs, mobile phones, tablets and hypermobiles, broken down by operating system.
This chart shows a breakdown of tablet shipments by screen size as predicted by market research group IDC.
This chart shows the number of tablets shipped by the Top 5 vendors in the first quarter of 2013.
This chart shows the percentage of monthly pageviews coming from mobile devices. In February 2013, tablets have surpassed smartphones for the first time in terms of worldwide page views.
This chart shows the year-over-year growth of Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad sales as estimated by Citi analysts based on IDC data.
This chart shows global tablet and e-reader shipments in 2010 and 2011 and a forecast for 2012 and 2013.
This chart shows global tablet shipments in 2011 and a forecast for 2012 and 2016.
This chart compares conversion rates of online shoppers across different devices.
This chart ranks Android tablets by their market share in the United States in February 2012.
This chart shows how much Amazon Prime members spend on Amazon.com compared to regular customers.
This chart shows video game console sales of Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft.
This chart shows the percentage of U.S. Internet users reading hard copy and electronic books.
This chart shows the share of time spent per day with major media by U.S. adults.
This chart shows worldwide tablet sales in 2012 and 2013, broken down by operating system.
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