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 May 2011
Health agency finds that the electromagnetic fields received by mobile devices may increase odds for a type of brain cancer.
Phone maker's stock plunges as transition to Microsoft platform puts damper on current sales.
Analysts say Microsoft may still hold edge in the enterprise market due to lower integration costs.
Microsoft set to unveil its answer to Apple's iOS and Google's Android, according to a published report.
Senior VP Rod Adkins claims businesses that rely on Intel's high-end chip need to find an alternative like, say, Big Blue's Power7.
Market for back-end hardware sees solid Q1 gains as enterprises refresh technology and plan for big data.
Mango update confirmed for autumn; new handset makers include Fujitsu, Acer, and ZTE.
HuffPo founder dismisses skepticism about merger with legacy online player, but she may have overstepped stepped SEC rules.
Tiffs with longtime partners HP and Intel show that Redmond must take control of its own destiny to make strides in mobile computing.
Software maker says chip giant's statements about Windows 8 roadmap for tablets and phones are "inaccurate."
Chipmaker claims only its mobile processors will offer true backwards compatibility for Windows 8 tablets.
Big Blue says it will also finance acquisition of other tablets, regardless of manufacturer or operating system.
Tech giant cuts sales and profit forecasts, cites weak PC sales and stalled services business.
Avatars that can smile, frown, and smirk should be a hit with gamers, but the technology also has potential for commercial apps like security and Web conferencing.
Chipmaker is counting on new 3D processor technology to make cloud ubiquity economically possible.
Now that its consent decree with the Justice Department is expiring, Redmond is turning its $50 billion in cash into a competitive weapon.
Big Blue is deploying elite teams to secure cloud computing wins as it looks to reignite services growth.
"Father of the Internet" now focused on building a communications network capable of supporting deep space exploration.
C-level executives are getting more comfortable with the notion that Apple's tablet is a legitimate business tool.
Microsoft offers slimmed down version of Windows 7 that could extend the life of older systems.
Annual desert tech fest to cover the full range of technology and service issues that will confront IT pros as they implement next-generation architectures.
Microsoft's natural user interface for the Xbox may inject new life into the sluggish Windows market while proving there's still room for innovation on the desktop.