Gregg Keizer

Senior Reporter

Gregg Keizer covers Windows, Office, Apple/enterprise, web browsers and web apps for Computerworld.

Apple issues significant updates for iOS, MacOS

Apple issues significant updates for iOS, MacOS

iPhone 7 Plus owners can now try Portrait Camera feature

Younger users more likely to fall for tech support con jobs

Younger users more likely to fall for tech support con jobs

Two-thirds of those polled in 12 countries say they have encountered the scam

Signals suggest next Windows 10 upgrade will be in March 2017

Signals suggest next Windows 10 upgrade will be in March 2017

Microsoft has said it plans on two Windows 10 updates in 2017

Satya Nadella's comp package slips 3% to $17.7 million

Satya Nadella's comp package slips 3% to $17.7 million

Microsoft board dings CEO for missing Windows 10 target

Apple adopts Windows 10 tactic to auto-download Sierra to Macs

Apple adopts Windows 10 tactic to auto-download Sierra to Macs

Starts pushing 4.8GB upgrade to eligible Macs; users still have to authorize the install

Analysts laud and lance new Microsoft browser armor

Analysts laud and lance new Microsoft browser armor

Reviews call Microsoft's new security model for its Edge browser both a terrific idea and a band-aid that doesn't address Windows' real problems

Google offers $200K for top prize in new Android hack challenge

Google offers $200K for top prize in new Android hack challenge

Researchers can submit entries for limited-time 'bug chain' contest from now until March 14, 2017

Apple takes iPhone 7 preorders, quickly exhausts supply of Jet Black

Apple takes iPhone 7 preorders, quickly exhausts supply of Jet Black

Won't continue tradition of reporting first weekend sales

Apple to spring MacOS Sierra on Sept. 20

Apple to spring MacOS Sierra on Sept. 20

Amid hubbub about iPhone and Watch announcements, Apple quietly sets MacOS upgrade date

Apple quashes 3 zero-days with emergency Mac update

Apple quashes 3 zero-days with emergency Mac update

Bugs that turn iPhones into iSpies can be weaponized and used against Macs as well

No let-up in devastating decline of Microsoft's browsers

No let-up in devastating decline of Microsoft's browsers

Microsoft's browsers continued to hemorrhage users in August

White House fears U.S. taxpayers will pay for Apple tax bill

White House fears U.S. taxpayers will pay for Apple tax bill

The White House is worried American taxpayers would pay for the European Union's decision to force Apple to pay more than $14 billion in back taxes to Ireland.

Microsoft upgrades Mac Office to 64-bit for all customers

Microsoft upgrades Mac Office to 64-bit for all customers

Finally gets parity with the Windows edition on the bit front

EFF condemns Windows 10 data collection

EFF condemns Windows 10 data collection

Advocacy group tells Microsoft to 'come clean' over telemetry, and offer 'meaningful opt-outs'

Windows smartphone sales collapse

Windows smartphone sales collapse

Sales of Windows smartphones plunged 76% in the second quarter of this year compared to 2015.

Microsoft's new plan to save Edge: reward points

Microsoft's new plan to save Edge: reward points

The company will award redeemable points for 'active' hours spent in Windows 10's default browser

End to free upgrade halts rapid Windows 10 growth

End to free upgrade halts rapid Windows 10 growth

Early numbers for August put gains at between a quarter and a third of the last two months

Financial analysts forecast another downturn for Apple's iPhone, Mac

Financial analysts forecast another downturn for Apple's iPhone, Mac

Apple later today will again announce a downturn for all three of its primary product lines, according to independent and institutional financial analysts.

Verizon must pay even if Mozilla walks from Yahoo search deal

Verizon must pay even if Mozilla walks from Yahoo search deal

Verizon, which plans to buy Yahoo for $4.8 billion, will be on the hook to Mozilla for more than $1 billion through 2019.

Firefox sets kill-Flash schedule

Firefox sets kill-Flash schedule

Mozilla will begin blocking certain Flash use in Firefox in August and will expand the anti-Flash restrictions to all content in 2017

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