Gregg Keizer

Senior Reporter

Gregg Keizer covers Microsoft, security issues, Apple, web browsers and general technology breaking news for Computerworld.

Microsoft's decision to scrap February security updates unnerves patch experts

Apple sets WWDC for June 5-9, leaves San Francisco

Apple sets WWDC for June 5-9, leaves San Francisco

Apple has set June 5-9 as the dates for its 2017 annual developers conference and plans to move the event to San Jose, Calif., closer to its headquarters in Cupertino.

Microsoft quietly prolongs life of original Windows 10

Microsoft quietly prolongs life of original Windows 10

Microsoft earlier this month quietly extended the life of Windows 10's debut edition, the version launched in July 2015.

Windows Update issues may be at root of February's patch delay

Windows Update issues may be at root of February's patch delay

Microsoft didn't say why it postponed this month's security updates, but a patch expert pointed to a likely problem with the company's update service infrastructure.

Microsoft adds Outlook.com to service-subscription list with $50/year Premium option

Microsoft adds Outlook.com to service-subscription list with $50/year Premium option

Microsoft officially launched a premium-grade Outlook.com email service in the U.S. that omits ads, provides five inboxes and supports personalized addresses.

Microsoft shelves all February security updates

Microsoft shelves all February security updates

Microsoft today took the unprecedented step of postponing an entire month's slate of security updates for Windows and its other products.

Analysts peer into Microsoft's rumored Windows 10 Cloud

Analysts peer into Microsoft's rumored Windows 10 Cloud

Talk of a new version of Windows 10, dubbed "Cloud," surfaced last week and many see the move as a way to rival Google's Chrome OS.

Microsoft hasn't moved the Windows 10 needle in months

Microsoft hasn't moved the Windows 10 needle in months

Microsoft has been stuck on the 400 million mark for Windows 10 for more than four months, but outside data indicates the OS has gained ground slowly.

Microsoft taps Touch Bar in Mac Office preview

Microsoft taps Touch Bar in Mac Office preview

Microsoft has released a refreshed beta of Office 2016 for Mac that includes support for Apple's latest hardware innovation, the Touch Bar on newer MacBook Pros.

Hasta la vista, Vista

Hasta la vista, Vista

Microsoft will end all support for Windows Vista in two months when it issues final patches on April 11.

Apple's Plus plan pays off

Apple's Plus plan pays off

Features offered only on the iPhone 7 Plus helped boost sales of the larger smartphone, but weren't the only reasons a higher percentage of customers went big in 2016.

Update: Quicken shifts to software subscription model

Update: Quicken shifts to software subscription model

Quicken in January moved to a software-by-subscription model for Canadian customers.

Load More