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 December 2010
The aerospace command is using the Internet to follow Kris Kringle's progress throughout Christmas Eve.
With much of Europe buried under six-foot snow drifts, businesses and consumers aren't in the mood to spend big dollars on technologies that will make their lives even colder.
Steve Jobs says he is hoping to recreate the iPhone store's success on the venerable Mac platform.
Investigators said to be focused on whether Hurd, now co-president at Oracle, leaked details of HP's plan to buy EDS to a female companion.
Lunar surface will change from gray, to orange, to a deep crimson as Earth passes between the moon and sun in the predawn hours.
Blogosphere rumors say Nokia CEO Stephen Elop, a former Redmond executive, wants Microsoft's new mobile OS on his company's phones.
Cloudkick deal gives hosting provider a suite of tools that unify and simplify cloud management.
Hewlett-Packard will absorb 1,100 IT workers from the German utilities giant under the five-year contract.
2011 could see the demise of the Wintel hegemony as Microsoft and Intel are deemed absent from the slate revolution.
Report says Redmond will finally get around to shipping devices that can compete with Apple's slate and Android-based devices.
Microsoft co-founder calls judge's dismissal of patent lawsuit "a procedural issue" and says amended complaint is forthcoming.
Lieberman and Collins say businesses need to look beyond sales considerations in deciding whether to deal with Julian Assange's rogue Web site.
Kinect system and Activision's team-based shooter drive videogame sales to new heights in November.
Many ex-IBMers are counting on a federal program to make it through tough times—but trade adjustment benefits for tech services workers are set to expire.
Microsoft’s failure to get consumer-friendly tablets in stores for the holiday season could result in a frosty year-end quarter for the software maker.
Next generation of Apple's hot-selling tablet could include a front-facing camera and mini-USB port.
Rogue Web site vows to continue publishing classified government documents despite founder's detainment.
Midwest service disruption comes just eight days after millions of customers on East Coast lost Web access.
DOL says Big Blue services employees who lost jobs to offshoring can receive benefits under the Trade Adjustment Assistance program.
Groups threaten cyber-attacks against Internet companies that have booted Julian Assange's site from their servers.
The X-37B touched down at Vandenberg AFB amid speculation about the military's true intentions for the unmanned orbiter.
With service suspended in the U.S., Julian Assange's rogue site has reappeared under a Swiss domain name.
Designed for business users, the Venue Pro features a 4.1-inch capacitive touch screen, slide out QWERTY key board and full Office integration.
Redmond slams rival's e-mail offering after GSA rejects Outlook in favor of Google's cloud-based service.
Microsoft-based MediaSmart systems will give way to new line of products powered by Palm group's WebOS technology.
Technology could lead to exaflop computing—systems that can perform one million trillion calculations per second.