Gregg Keizer

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


Apple Watch construction makes internal upgrades unlikely

Apple Watch construction makes internal upgrades unlikely

The construction of the Apple Watch will make in-place upgrades extremely difficult if not impossible, iFixit said today.

Sony hackers targeted employees with fake Apple ID emails

Sony hackers targeted employees with fake Apple ID emails

Hackers probably gained access to Sony's network last year after a series of phishing emails aimed at system engineers, network administrators and others who were asked to verify their Apple IDs.

Latest Windows 10 update demonstrates overhauled dev scheme

Latest Windows 10 update demonstrates overhauled dev scheme

Microsoft released its seventh version of Windows 10's technical preview, following its pledge to deliver faster preview updates for the new operating system.

Microsoft kicks off two-month Spartan bug bounty program

Microsoft kicks off two-month Spartan bug bounty program

Microsoft today launched a short-term bug bounty program for its new Project Spartan browser, saying entries would be accepted until June 22.

Chrome users roast Google on spit of hate over revamped bookmarks manager

Chrome users roast Google on spit of hate over revamped bookmarks manager

Google's redesign of the Chrome bookmarks manager has begun rolling out to users running the most polished version of the browser. And those users are very unhappy

Apple retail chief rebuts showroom strategy speculation

Apple retail chief rebuts showroom strategy speculation

Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts has told store employees that the online-only sales of the Apple Watch and new 12-in. MacBook were a "unique situation" that would not become the new norm for the company.

Windows 10 to launch in July.... Seriously?

Windows 10 to launch in July.... Seriously?

AMD's CEO last week said that Microsoft would launch Windows 10 at the end of July. That timeline would be audacious for the company to meet.

Apple's OS X 'Rootpipe' patch flops, fails to fix flaw

Apple's OS X 'Rootpipe' patch flops, fails to fix flaw

Apple's recent patch to fix a serious privilege escalation vulnerability in OS X Yosemite can be easily circumvented.

Mac sales up 8% as industry remains in doldrums

Mac sales up 8% as industry remains in doldrums

Apple next week will again boast that sales of its Mac line of computers beat the industry average, assuming estimates by researcher IDC hold up.

Microsoft preps PCs for Windows 10 with more auto updates

Microsoft preps PCs for Windows 10 with more auto updates

Microsoft last week continued to deliver automatic updates to Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 PCs to prep them for the summer upgrade to Windows 10.

Mozilla to debut Firefox for iPhone 'soon'

Mozilla to debut Firefox for iPhone 'soon'

Mozilla will introduce Firefox for Apple's iPhone "soon," according to a company announcement of an open marketing position.

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