Gregg Keizer

Senior Reporter

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

iPhone, Mac owners: How to stymie hackers extorting Apple, threatening to wipe devices

Microsoft completes Windows 10 customized for China's government

Microsoft completes Windows 10 customized for China's government

Microsoft has finished a version of Windows 10 for China's government and state-owned businesses, and is ready to begin selling the software.

Single-owner vintage Apple-1 for sale

Single-owner vintage Apple-1 for sale

A German auction house that hopes to rap the gavel on an antique Apple-1 personal computer in May has pegged its likely sales price at between $190,000 and $320,000.

Mozilla beats rivals, patches Firefox's Pwn2Own bug

Mozilla beats rivals, patches Firefox's Pwn2Own bug

Mozilla has already patched a Firefox vulnerability revealed during Pwn2Own, the first vendor to fix a flaw disclosed at the hacking contest.

Bill Gates again tops world's billionaire list

Bill Gates again tops world's billionaire list

Bill Gates, co-founder and former CEO of Microsoft, was the world's richest person in 2016, Forbes said today.

Windows 10 'servicing stack' update cripples some PCs

Windows 10 'servicing stack' update cripples some PCs

Some users are reporting that one of this week's Windows 10 updates crippled their PCs.

Microsoft stays security bulletins' termination

Microsoft stays security bulletins' termination

Microsoft today postponed the retirement of the security bulletins it uses to describe in detail each month's slate of vulnerabilities and patches.

DOJ: No, we won't say how much the FBI paid to hack terrorist's iPhone

DOJ: No, we won't say how much the FBI paid to hack terrorist's iPhone

The Justice Department says it should not have to reveal the maker of a tool used last year to crack an alleged terrorist's iPhone or disclose how much it paid.

GOP senator alleges password-hijack attempts after blasting WikiLeaks founder

GOP senator alleges password-hijack attempts after blasting WikiLeaks founder

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) did not elaborate on the exact nature of the password-reset messages he said he'd seen, such as whether they were limited to a single app and how they had been sent.

After WikiLeaks' CIA dump, China tells U.S. to stop spying

After WikiLeaks' CIA dump, China tells U.S. to stop spying

China today asked the U.S. government to stop spying on it, its first reaction to WikiLeaks' disclosure this week of a trove of CIA documents.

What's Microsoft after with Windows Server on ARM?

What's Microsoft after with Windows Server on ARM?

It was unclear today just what kind of edge Microsoft might gain by partnering with Qualcomm and others to run Windows Server on ARM processors.

Microsoft's update shrinking reduces Windows 10 Insider betas by 65%

Microsoft's update shrinking reduces Windows 10 Insider betas by 65%

Rather than deliver every file necessary to assemble the upgrade prior to installation, Unified Update Platform sends only what has changed since the last update or upgrade.

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