Gregg Keizer

gkeizer@computerworld.com

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

Microsoft to begin SHA-1 crypto shutoff with Windows 10's summer upgrade

Microsoft's IE loses top browser spot to Google's Chrome

Microsoft's IE loses top browser spot to Google's Chrome

Internet Explorer in April lost the No. 1 spot to Google's Chrome, marking a dramatic changing of the desktop browser guard.

Microsoft declares Cortana search box as Bing- and Edge-only turf

Microsoft declares Cortana search box as Bing- and Edge-only turf

Microsoft began blocking rival browsers and search providers from using Windows 10's Cortana search box, the operating system's prime search real estate.

As iPhone sales slump, Apple again talks up services revenue

As iPhone sales slump, Apple again talks up services revenue

For the second quarter in a row, Apple execs talked up the growth of the company's services category -- an attempt to highlight the earnings potential of devices now in customers' hands.

FBI confirms it won't tell Apple how it unlocked terrorist's iPhone

FBI confirms it won't tell Apple how it unlocked terrorist's iPhone

FBI didn't buy full "rights" about the hack, including info about how the method functions, a spokeswoman says.

Mac + iPad revenue nosedives, adds to Apple's woes

Mac + iPad revenue nosedives, adds to Apple's woes

Although weaker iPhone sales were the biggest contributor to Apple's downturn in the March quarter, the Mac and iPad also failed to hold up their ends.

Mac sales tumble 12% in second-biggest downturn since '07

Mac sales tumble 12% in second-biggest downturn since '07

Apple sold 4 million Macs in the March quarter, a 12% decline from the same period a year ago and a larger contraction than for the PC business as a whole.

Financial analysts forecast first-ever year-over-year decline in iPhone sales

Financial analysts forecast first-ever year-over-year decline in iPhone sales

Apple will announce downbeat results from the first quarter of 2016 later today, according to nearly three dozen financial analysts.

Mozilla taps possible homes for Thunderbird email client

Mozilla taps possible homes for Thunderbird email client

Mozilla has also made progress on the technical half of cutting the cord to Thunderbird, including advertising for a technical architect to identify issues and make recommendation to the Thunderbird volunteers on how to migrate from...

Microsoft launches two-for-one Lumia phone deal to slash excess inventory

Microsoft launches two-for-one Lumia phone deal to slash excess inventory

Microsoft will toss in a free Lumia 950 when customers buy a $649 unlocked top-tier Lumia 950 XL.

Microsoft gives OneDrive users until July to shrink their storage

Microsoft gives OneDrive users until July to shrink their storage

Microsoft has given users of its OneDrive cloud storage service a 90-day notice that their free allowance will be scaled back from 15GB to 5GB in late July, according to emails and reports from customers.

Microsoft gives testers first look at the Windows 10 upgrade slated to debut this summer

Microsoft gives testers first look at the Windows 10 upgrade slated to debut this summer

Microsoft today released to testers the first real look at its next big Windows 10 upgrade, dubbed the "Anniversary Update."

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