Sad. Paul Allen, the cofounder of Microsoft, and the one who picked the name of the company, died today at the age of 65 while undergoing treatment for non-Hodgkin lymphoma. After having previously defeated cancer back in 2009, Allen revealed earlier this month that the disease had gone into remission. Though he...

April 4, 1975 was the big day when Bill Gates and Paul Allen officially founded what was to become the Redmond software empire. Today, Microsoft celebrates its 39th anniversary. Microsoft already has history page up on its official website, that highlights its years of existence, and much has been written on the...

Bing and Xbox are two Microsoft products that take up a substantial amount of resources at the company, both in terms of personnel and finances. And unsurprisingly, both are on the hit list of a certain type of investors. You know, the ones that want to maximize profits right and now, at any and all costs. And while...

Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft along with Bill Gates has weighed in on Windows 8. Long retired, the somewhat eccentric genius is one of the richest people in the world (#48) and he still is curious about technical developments. He shared his comments on his site and here are some of the things he had to...

Amazing piece on Paul Allen and Bill Gates that came on tonight on 60 minutes.. It’s a really well done piece that takes on the hard task of trying to deconstruct the complex relationship between 2 former close friends, geniuses and billionaires. I already ordered Paul Allen’s book for the Kindle on Amazon.com