Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has said that his future book ‘Idea Man‘ is technology history, not a censure of Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates.
Allen protected his latest book that seems dangerous of Gates’ achievement, saying it was destined as a significant slice of technology history and not as vengeance against Gates.
“It’s not about revenge. I just felt it was like an important part of technology history and I should tell it like it happened. I hope people understand and respect that,” as saying, the Fox News extracted Allen.
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A company owned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has filed a grievance next to Google, Apple, Facebook, and other companies claiming that they have desecrated copyrights linked to search, multimedia, screen pop-ups and database management.
Last Friday, Aug. 27, the Interval Licensing filed the copyright lawsuit in U.S. District Court of the Western District of Washington. The companies named in the lawsuit are Aol, Apple, eBay, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Office Depot, OfficeMax, Staples, Yahoo! and YouTube.
David Postman, a spokesman for Allen said that the four copyrights cover some skills connected to search, multimedia, . . . → Read More: Google, Apple, Facebook and Other Sites, Filed Sue by Microsoft Co-founder