Profile of Paul McDougallEditor At Large, InformationWeek
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Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Paul McDougall
posted in November 2010
Perpetrator says DDOS strike was in retaliation for site's disclosure of sensitive U.S. government documents to media outlets.
Supplies running low as consumers embrace Microsoft's hands-free gaming system.
Report says the software maker is contemplating a move that would see it join rivals Google and Apple in the Web-based, interactive television market.
Cable provider's Web service went down in Boston, Washington, D.C., and other major cities along the East Coast.
Silence on sales data is lending credence to reports that Redmond's new mobile OS is less than a blockbuster.
Tech legend tells frustrated shareholders there's nothing to be gained by splitting company into consumer and enterprise units.
Air raging FA Steven Slater endorses contest to promote in-flight SMS messaging.
Crews are fixing a hydrogen leak and cracks that posed significant safety risks.
Microsoft's console is the preferred platform for Activision Blizzard's smash hit FPS, according to sales data from Amazon.
Survey shows Google's mobile OS ahead of Microsoft's latest offering in terms of developer support at media companies.
Holes in foam insulation are the latest setback to aging orbiter's final mission.
The software maker claims Motorola is charging unreasonable fees for wireless and video systems licences.
Microsoft's highly anticipated hands-free control system is now on sale in England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
NASA wants more time to inspect a hydrogen leak and foam cracks on the spacecraft's external fuel tank.
Microsoft believes the OS's slick new interface will keep people from bumping into trees and dropping their phones in toilets.
NASA's next attempt to launch spacecraft on its final mission will come no earlier than Monday.
Concerned about rising U.S. protectionism, government officials on the subcontinent are hoping to sell the president on the benefits of increased trade.
Consumer Reports dismisses bloggers' claims that Microsoft's new control system doesn't detect darker skin tones.
Microsoft's highly anticipated hands-free control system has arrived at Best Buy, Amazon, and other retailers.
Creek Watch lets everyday citizens help authorities monitor and manage water conditions.
Final flight on hold as rain and storms track across Florida's Spacecoast.
Electrical problem put the last voyage of NASA's oldest orbiter on hold.
Apple's slate is all the rage, but analyst warns that strong competition from Google is on the horizon.
Full-service e-commerce house will complement Oracle's back-end analytics software and hardware.
Preparations underway as NASA's oldest orbiter set to take to the skies one last time.
IDC estimates Microsoft's hands-free control system could top Sony's rival offering in units sold by as much as 50%.
Redmond continues to lose ground to Google and Apple, and needs its latest offering—Windows Phone 7—on the market as soon as possible.
NASA orbiter embarks Wednesday on its last mission to International Space Station.