Gregg Keizer

gkeizer@computerworld.com

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

Microsoft teases Office for Mac with Outlook-only release

iOS 8 app crash rate falls 25% since release

iOS 8 app crash rate falls 25% since release

In the six weeks since its release, iOS 8's app crash rate has declined more than 25% as app developers have adjusted to new APIs and issued updates.

Apple surrenders top tablet satisfaction spot to Amazon

Apple surrenders top tablet satisfaction spot to Amazon

Just five months after Apple took J.D. Power's tablet satisfaction award away from Samsung, it lost it today to up-and-coming Amazon.

Microsoft releases stopgap POODLE protection for Internet Explorer

Microsoft releases stopgap POODLE protection for Internet Explorer

Microsoft gave Windows customers an easier way to block attacks against Internet Explorer meant to steal browser session cookies and impersonate victims.

Apple Pay rival MCX defends security after hackers steal emails

Apple Pay rival MCX defends security after hackers steal emails

The Merchant Customer Exchange, a consortium of 58 U.S. retailers whose mobile payment network will take on Apple Pay next year, today fired back against concerns over a hack that pilfered consumer email addresses.

Early iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sales herald big U.S. holiday season for Apple

Early iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sales herald big U.S. holiday season for Apple

Apple's new iPhones are poised to have a very strong holiday sales season in the U.S., Kantar's Carolina Milanesi said today.

Sapphire supplier settles dispute with Apple rather than face $1B in claims from Cupertino

Sapphire supplier settles dispute with Apple rather than face $1B in claims from Cupertino

Apple's ex-sapphire supplier caved to its former partner because "protracted litigation against one of the largest corporations in the world with over $100 billion of cash would be challenging and expensive," court documents said.

Update: Microsoft slates Office 16 for second half of 2015

Microsoft will launch its next version of Office for Windows in the second half of 2015, according to an online report.

Next Office for Mac leaks, shots of UI appear

Next Office for Mac leaks, shots of UI appear

A Chinese website yesterday published what it claimed were screenshots of Microsoft's next edition of Office for the Mac.

CEO Tim Cook calls merchants' refusal to accept Apple Pay a 'skirmish'

CEO Tim Cook calls merchants' refusal to accept Apple Pay a 'skirmish'

Apple CEO Tim Cook called the battle with retailers like Walmart, Rite Aid, CVS and others over mobile payments only a "skirmish" while speaking at the Wall Street Journal's technology conference.

Microsoft fires new shot in storage wars, gives Office 365 users unlimited OneDrive

Microsoft fires new shot in storage wars, gives Office 365 users unlimited OneDrive

Microsoft today abolished space restrictions on its cloud-based OneDrive storage service for subscribers to Office 365, saying per-user allotments are now unlimited.

Office 365 consumer revenue lags behind subscription growth

Office 365 consumer revenue lags behind subscription growth

Microsoft's Office 365 "rent-not-buy" consumer software service gained 1.5 million subscribers in the September quarter, but revenues failed to follow suit.

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