Profile of Paul McDougallEditor At Large, InformationWeek
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Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.
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posted in December 2011
Amazon Kindle Fire 6.2.1 patch adds speed, lockable Wi-Fi, and better privacy.
Consumer Electronics Show in January will be the last one for Microsoft, which says the tech fest is out of synch with its product cycles.
Amazon is also said to have kicked the tires on the struggling smartphone maker.
International Trade Commission, however, rejects several other patent claims that Microsoft filed against Motorola.
Jurors unable to reach a verdict on Novell's claims that Microsoft intentionally sought to destroy WordPerfect and Quattro.
Mind-reading PCs, people-powered generators, and an end to passwords could all become realities within the next five years, according to Big Blue.
The past year was one of highs and lows for the world’s biggest software company. Here are seven reasons why.
Big Blue continues to bet big on the business analytics and intelligence markets.
Arizona Rep. Tim Griffin cites new study that foreigners with advanced technology degrees create more jobs than they take.
Budget device marks the Finnish phone maker's U.S. debut on Microsoft's mobile operating system.
U.S. immigration authorities say annual limit of 85,000 visas has already been exhausted.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's to-do list for 2012 should include acquisitions, a strong tablet launch, and a move into services.
Infected text message could bring down the Messaging Hub in latest version of Microsoft’s mobile OS.
Amazon says the patch will resolve customers' gripes about performance and privacy on the hot-selling tablet.
Apple's latest retail outlet will pitch products like the iPad 2, iPhone 4S, and MacBook Air to commuters at one of the world's busiest transportation hubs. Check out our visual tour.
Deal is latest sign that Big Blue wants to go beyond infrastructure and be a player in business applications.
Mayor Bloomberg brags that the social network's decision to open a development center in the Big Apple is proof the city is becoming the nation's biggest tech center outside of California.
Amazon's full-color Kindle Fire tablet already holds second place in the market, ahead of Samsung Galaxy Tab and Nook Color.
Web site allows users to get the Live Tiles experience on competitive devices from Apple and Google.