Chrome clutter is a sign of the times. Our Paul Bonner checks out OneTab, a plug-in for Google Chrome, that actually gets rid of tab clutter. Check out the review.
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Paul Bonner minces no words. Google killed Reader and betrayed millions of users in the process. Here’s why he is so damned mad.
Great Apple iPhone and iPad? How’s that data plan treating you? Our Paul Bonner and Madison Andrews say Apple should get off its island and actively approve the confusing, expensive data plans bedeviling Apple iPad, iPhone and iPad touch owners.
Apple released its third generation iPad today in San Francisco — but our Paul Bonner says Apple has just re-iterated his still valid question with this iteration. That is? Why does anyone need a tablet? They don’t, Bonner says. But there’s a difference between want and need, which reflects Steve Jobs’ ultimate triumph as a […]
Amazon Kindle Fire’s success means a hard decision for app developers — and major trouble for Google and its Android 4.X Ice Cream Sandwich. Our Paul Bonner says why.
Microsoft and its Windows are becoming increasingly irrelevant, says our Paul Bonner, to everyone but MS CEO Steve Ballmer and his tribe. What is up with that?
What’s wrong with tech reviewers today? Our Paul Bonner knows — and he’s not afraid to say he still is no fan of the Amazon Kindle Fire.
Lenovo grabs headlines at CES 2012 today with the skinniest tablet ever — the whizzy S2-10 runs Android 4.X Ice Cream Sandwich — but that still won’t solve the major problem Google faces thanks to Amazon.
Photo Courtesy: Rob Willcox What’s Amazon’s little secret? Ask aNewDomain’s Paul Bonner.
Our Paul Bonner ponders the end of creative teaching, but takes comfort in the fact that ebooks won’t replace textbooks any time soon.