Paul Allen Denies Plotted Revenge Against Bill Gates

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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Allen left Microsoft in 1983, and wrote the book in 2009 while under medication for cancer.

Allen said the book’s timing should not dull the high-profile assistance work Gates has been doing.

“The timing had nothing to do with the many wonderful things Bill has done. The timing was because I wanted to see if I could do it and hopefully be alive to see it published,” said Allen.

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