Gregg Keizer

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

Microsoft conscripts upload bandwidth in Windows 10's latest Insider update

Microsoft adds options to Office testing program

Microsoft adds options to Office testing program

Microsoft has added cadence choices for beta testers in its Office Insider preview program, mimicking a practice it has used for Windows 10.

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.

Apple slates Sept. 7 for iPhone 7 introduction

Apple slates Sept. 7 for iPhone 7 introduction

Apple will host an event Sept. 7 in San Francisco, where it will unveil its newest iPhone smartphones.

Vintage Apple-1 sells for $815K to Hollywood couple

Vintage Apple-1 sells for $815K to Hollywood couple

An Apple-1 computer sold last week for $815,000, falling short of an aggressive auction estimate for what's thought to be a pre-production model.

Microsoft upgrades Mac Office to 64-bit for all customers

Microsoft upgrades Mac Office to 64-bit for all customers

Microsoft on Monday released 64-bit versions of its Office 2016 applications for the Mac.

EFF condemns Windows 10 data collection

EFF condemns Windows 10 data collection

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is lambasting Microsoft over Windows 10's telemetry technology, and wants it to "come clean" with customers.

Ransomware attracts FTC attention

Ransomware attracts FTC attention

The FTC will host panel discussions on ransomware next month to highlight the crime wave and offer businesses and consumers ideas to avoid becoming victims.

macOS Sierra's beta cadence points to October launch

macOS Sierra's beta cadence points to October launch

Apple's macOS Sierra has been on a slower tempo of preview releases than El Capitan in 2015, hinting that the upgrade will launch in October.

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

Microsoft today made a play to boost its Edge browser with an awards program that gives users points for using the Windows 10 application.

Microsoft to end decades-old pick-a-patch practice in Windows 7

Microsoft to end decades-old pick-a-patch practice in Windows 7

Microsoft in October will begin offering only cumulative security updates for Windows 7 and 8.1.

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