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 Paul McDougall

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Editor At Large, InformationWeek
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Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Paul McDougall
posted in July 2007

Apple Sued Over iPhone Ads

7/17/2007
Louis Psihoyos claims that Apple used "images nearly identical or substantially similar to the plaintiff's copyrighted image" to promote the iPhone and Apple TV.

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IBM To Acquire DataMirror For $161 Million

7/16/2007
DataMirror's technology will help IBM build products that allow for real time data integration, such as point-of-sale systems that instantaneously transmit sales information to databases at a retailer's corporate headquarters.

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The Linus Files, Part Two: Torvalds Says GPLv3 Backers Full Of "Hot Air"

7/16/2007
Last week I wrote that Linux creator Linus Torvalds called advocates of the Free Software Foundation's GPLv3 license "hypocrites." A few readers complained I had not provided a complete picture of Torvald's feelings. They were right. He also thinks FSF leaders are "controlling," "condescending," and full of "hot air." And he's got more choice words for GPLv3 itself.

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