Gregg Keizer

Senior Writer

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


Windows 10 posts user-share gains after multi-month stall

Windows 10 posts user-share gains after multi-month stall

After a two-month stretch of no growth, Windows 10 in November gained user share, powering more than a quarter of all Windows PCs for the first time, new data showed.

Firefox recovers from near-death experience

Firefox recovers from near-death experience

Mozilla's Firefox backed further from the brink last month, and Mac owners continued to abandon Apple's Safari, new data showed.

Microsoft declares summer's Windows 10 upgrade fit for business

Microsoft declares summer's Windows 10 upgrade fit for business

Microsoft has pushed its Windows 10 August upgrade to the Current Branch for Business release track.

Microsoft's decision to retire security tool is myopic

Microsoft's decision to retire security tool is myopic

Microsoft's claim that Windows 10 made an important enterprise anti-exploit tool obsolete is wrong, said security analyst Will Dormann.

Apple deals gift cards to lure Black Friday shoppers

Apple deals gift cards to lure Black Friday shoppers

After a one-year absence, Apple today returned to Black Friday by offering gift cards worth up to $150 with the purchase of select company hardware.

Senator asks FTC to investigate Office Depot PC tech practices

Senator asks FTC to investigate Office Depot PC tech practices

Sen. Maria Cantwell wants the FTC to investigate claims that Office Depot improperly convinced consumers to pay for expensive support plans or repairs.

Scalpers try to cash in on MacBook Pro shortage

Scalpers try to cash in on MacBook Pro shortage

Profiteers are trying to cash in on shortages of Apple's new MacBook Pro notebook with sales on eBay.

Apple returns to Black Friday

Apple returns to Black Friday

Apple today signaled that it will return to offering Black Friday sales specials this year.

Apple's exit from wireless routers will have consequences

Apple's exit from wireless routers will have consequences

Apple's exit from some fringe businesses -- external displays and more recently, wireless routers -- could have larger consequences.

Symantec acquisition has lawsuit-filled past

Symantec acquisition has lawsuit-filled past

LifeLock, the identity protection vendor that Symantec plans to acquire for $2.3 billion, has been the frequent target of lawsuits by customers, state attorneys general and the FTC.

Reprisals against Apple in a U.S.-China trade war would be indirect

Reprisals against Apple in a U.S.-China trade war would be indirect

If the Chinese government retaliated against tariff increases by the U.S., it would not target Apple directly.

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