Gregg Keizer

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


Microsoft releases big update to Windows 10 preview

Microsoft releases big update to Windows 10 preview

Microsoft today released the long-awaited consumer-centric preview of Windows 10.

Tim Cook's 2014 pay package dwarfed by new hire Ahrendts'

Tim Cook's 2014 pay package dwarfed by new hire Ahrendts'

Apple CEO Tim Cook's total 2014 compensation of $9.2 million, while more than double his pay package the year before, was dwarfed by the $73.4 million awarded to a subordinate, retail chief Angela Ahrendts.

 Microsoft touts two next-gen Office editions for Windows

Microsoft touts two next-gen Office editions for Windows

Microsoft set a loose release date for its next iteration of Office on the desktop and announced that the long-awaited touch-enabled Windows apps will launch around the same time.

After being dumped by Firefox, Google wants users back

After being dumped by Firefox, Google wants users back

After Google's share of the U.S. search market slipped in December, the company has been trying to entice Firefox users back to the fold.

Microsoft: Windows 10, it's on us

Microsoft: Windows 10, it's on us

In a major shift, Microsoft yesterday said it would provide free Windows 10 upgrades to customers running either Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 on their PCs and tablets

Microsoft gets its Windows mojo back

Microsoft gets its Windows mojo back

Microsoft today showed off more of its still-under-construction Windows 10, focusing on features like the voice-activated Cortana digital assistant and its "universal" app model to put the same apps on PCs, tablets, smartphones and...

Next up for Microsoft: Close the app gap

Next up for Microsoft: Close the app gap

While eyes will be on Microsoft today as it touts Windows 10 for consumers, the company's Build developer conference in three months will be just as important to the upgrade's future.

Microsoft updates Outlook for Mac preview tease

Microsoft today updated its preview of Outlook on the Mac, the tease it offered Office 365 subscribers more than two months ago

'Bingbooks' need free Office to compete with Chromebooks

'Bingbooks' need free Office to compete with Chromebooks

Microsoft's strategy in giving away one-year Office 365 subscriptions to many of its tablet- and notebook-making partners is all about matching the price and functionality of Chromebooks and cheap Android tablets.

Google keeps up pressure, reveals three more Windows bugs

Google keeps up pressure, reveals three more Windows bugs

Microsoft won't patch the newest trio because they "offer no serious security implications."

Laggards face looming Windows Server 2003 retirement

Laggards face looming Windows Server 2003 retirement

Windows Server 2003, Microsoft's first ultra-successful server operating system, will retire in six months, a deadline many companies will miss.

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