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Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Paul McDougall
posted in February 2011
Published photos show an HTC device running Microsoft's new mobile operating system and bearing the U.S. carrier's logo.
Big Blue led all vendors in revenue while Hewlett-Packard was number one in shipments as the industry picked up steam.
Users will see their friends' preferences, and profile pictures, show up directly within listings on the Microsoft search engine.
Pre-orders begin for new HTC model, which carrier promises to deliver to consumers by March 20th.
Mechanical Jeopardy champ sparks worldwide interest in virtual computing and artificial intelligence.
Samsung phones prove incompatible with patch, which also caused headaches for users of other phones powered by Microsoft's new mobile OS.
Annual meeting sees company stockholders vote down a call for a formal arrangement that would identify potential replacements if Jobs' health deteriorates further.
Software development kit will give users a chance to create their own apps for the Xbox motion-control system.
Past champs no match for Big Blue supercomputer when it comes to answering questions on the popular TV game show.
Stock slides in the wake of unconfirmed reports the Apple CEO is again undergoing cancer treatment and is in grave condition.
Big Blue's supercomputer wins both Daily Doubles, but thinks Toronto is a U.S. city.
Dissident group wants the company to reject Microsoft alliance and instead focus on in-house research and innovation.
Big Blue supercomputer in dead heat with TV game show's all-time champion after preliminary round.
The buyout will help HP counter IBM's recent acquisition of Netezza as analytics sector heats up.
Nokia CEO Elop defends deal as company's stock plunges on word of alliance with Redmond.
Windows Phone 7 becomes the default operating system on Nokia smartphones under a bold plan designed to lift both companies' fortunes in the mobile market.
Amitabh Srivastava is the latest to exit following shakeup of server division.
Hewlett-Packard is taking aim at its longtime partner as it extends its Palm operating system beyond smartphones and tablets to PCs. And yes, you can blame Vista.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is expected to announce a major shakeup on Friday that could include an alliance with his former employer in Redmond.
Satya Nadella is tasked with leading Redmond's efforts in the crucial hosted computing market.
Over the past 12 months, Chairman Bill has sold off 90 million shares in the company he co-founded. Does he think it's become that bad an investment?
Microsoft's search engine is also making strides against its rival in terms of overall traffic, according to new data from Experian Hitwise.
Tech industry pioneer who built global company long maintained he was misunderstood after famously stating computers were not needed in the home.
Already facing jail time, Bob Moffat strikes deal with the SEC to avoid further penalties stemming from insider trading scheme that rocked the tech industry.
Mobile industry insiders say a deal under which Nokia would turn to Microsoft's new software as its go-to OS could be announced as soon as this week.
Senior search executive says Google's so-called "sting operation" only proves that Microsoft's rival is worried about improvements to Bing.
Investors need to look beyond the headlines and read the fine print to understand the real challenges and opportunities facing the world's biggest software company.
Microsoft says a bug in its Exchange Activesync software is causing Yahoo Mail to consumer far more data than it should.