Gregg Keizer

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

Apple recovers top 'brand value' spot from Google with $247B assessment

Does he stay or go? Parsing Apple's promotion of designer Jony Ive

Does he stay or go? Parsing Apple's promotion of designer Jony Ive

Apple's well-known designer, Jony Ive, has been promoted to the newly created position of chief design officer. Does that mean he's staying at the company or leaving?

Microsoft green-lights Cortana on rivals iOS and Android

Microsoft green-lights Cortana on rivals iOS and Android

Microsoft today confirmed that it will release Android and iOS mobile apps that feature Cortana, the company's intelligent assistant.

Microsoft implores enterprises to help it test optional Windows 7 updates

Microsoft implores enterprises to help it test optional Windows 7 updates

Microsoft wants enterprise IT administrators to play guinea pig by deploying many more fixes to Windows 7 and Server 2012 R2, another step in getting customers to test patches before they're rolled out everyone.

Apple to wind back the clock to '09 with focus on quality, not features, in next OS X

Apple to wind back the clock to '09 with focus on quality, not features, in next OS X

Apple looks poised to turn back the clock to 2009, when it released OS X Snow Leopard, and focus less on shiny new features in the next Mac OS and more on quality, performance and stability.

Microsoft offers Windows 10 carrot, threatens with stick

Microsoft offers Windows 10 carrot, threatens with stick

Microsoft has extended the Windows 10 carrot. Later it will brandish the stick

Apple TV is dead, long live Apple TV!

Apple TV is dead, long live Apple TV!

Apple will not enter the television set market with its own long-expected hardware, according to the Wall Street Journal, putting an apparent end to one of the more persistent rumors weaving around the company's future.

Coming soon to Firefox: More ads!

Mozilla unveiled an expansion and rebranding of its in-browser ads, now dubbed "Suggested Tiles," that will by default show in the new tab page for all Firefox users

Microsoft issues crash warning with latest Windows 10 update

Microsoft issues crash warning with latest Windows 10 update

Microsoft today released another update for Windows 10, but warned users with an AMD graphics chipset to expect "frequent crashes" of the new Edge browser.

Logjam: How to tell if your browser is vulnerable

Logjam: How to tell if your browser is vulnerable

The just-disclosed Logjam flaw has again sent browser makers and website administrators scrambling to craft and apply patches, a repeat of the March rush to shut down its predecessor, FREAK.

Microsoft wraps up alt platform Office run with app previews for Android smartphones

osoft today opened a public preview of the three core Office apps -- Excel, PowerPoint and Word -- for Android smartphones, following a similar sneak peak in January for Android-powered tablets.

Apple spreads Force Touch trackpad to 15-in. MacBook Pro

Apple spreads Force Touch trackpad to 15-in. MacBook Pro

Apple today refreshed the 15-in. MacBook Pro, adding its new Force Touch trackpad to the laptop to match the move made in March on the smaller 13-in. model.

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