With the Apple Watch 3 sporting an eSim that allows you to listen to music and make calls all without your phone, some might be disappointed to know that the device does not support roaming at all.
Nextbit has ended customer support for Robin, its sole smartphone. However, software updates will continue for six more months, and users can still refer to Nextbit's online self-help.
Today is the one day of the year where sysadmins of all types are showered with love and gifts for all of the work they do. Or at least that's the theory. So Happy Sysadmin Day to our readers!
Microsoft is receiving a considerable amount of public backlash after it suspended a cop's Xbox Live account for 24 hours for using a photo of a police officer holding a US flag as his Gamerpic.
Although some older PC utilizing Intel's Clover Trail line of processors won't be receiving the Creators Update, Microsoft has agreed to continue providing security updates until 2023.
During an exchange with the co-founder of Hiri David Founder, it was found that Linux users might be more frugal, but if they want to support a product, their generosity knows no bounds.
LinkedIn has sent an email to Windows phone users, saying that it is killing off its app for the platform. The firm recommends using its website instead and promises a Windows desktop-only app soon.
Mainstream support for Windows Phone 8.1 is wrapping up tomorrow. If the lifecycle support date isn't extended, three out of every four Windows phone users will be using an unsupported handset.
At WWDC 2017, Apple announced that it will drop support for 32-bit apps. It has now once again posted reminders about this major transition, saying that macOS and iOS 11 apps must support 64-bit.
In a highly unusual move, Microsoft has once again released security patches for unsupported versions of Windows, including XP and Vista. It has also warned of state-sponsored cyberattacks.
Google has updated its support pages to reflect when its Pixel and Nexus devices will lose their telephone and online support. While some will expire shortly, others have coverage until 2019.
Disney has announced that Star Wars: Commander is being removed from the Windows Store in order to focus resources elsewhere. Support for other platforms, including Android and iOS, will continue.
Google has ended support for Google Play Games Services (GPGS) on iOS citing low usage. Additionally, the company is removing some features from GPGS - including Gifts and Quests - on Android as well.
Amazon has silently added support for Microsoft's calendars to its digital assistant. Users can now use Alexa to check on their schedules and edit meetings by using voice commands.
With Windows 7 approaching the end of extended support in three years, Microsoft is once again encouraging enterprise users to upgrade to Windows 10, touting security features and enhancements.
Microsoft has added support for Apple's macOS Sierra version 10.12 in the latest version of System Center Configuration Manager and System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) for Mac.
While other major browser developers have already withdrawn support for older Windows operating systems, Firefox has continued to hold out but that could change during the course of next year.
Microsoft's new global customer support partner has launched a 'self-help app' to assist users in diagnosing problems with their phones, along with new insurance plans to protect against damage.
Microsoft is adding an official 'third tier' to the product lifecycle of Windows / SQL Server. Launching in 2017, customers can pay a fee for six years of additional support. Server 2008 lives on!
Patch 1.8 for Fallout 4 has finally brought mod support to the title on PlayStation 4. However, the feature comes with quite a few limitations, which are likely to mar its overall potential.
Apple's Twitter support account has been crowned the winner of the Twitter Awards #Customer category. The social media firm revealed @AppleSupport was active for a massive 17 hours a day.
Microsoft is ending support for its Lumia Highlights app. The app - which was rebranded several times - provided news, highlights and offers from the company when it was functional.
Leading UK consumer group Which? has criticized Microsoft after numerous complaints from users experiencing issues with Windows 10, saying the company "should be doing more" to support its customers.
Next week, Microsoft will close its Lumia Twitter accounts for individual markets and regions, as well as its @LumiaHelp support account, merging those activities into 'unified, global' accounts.
It's been a tough period for Microsoft lately as Amtrak and Rovio recently announced the end of their support for the Windows Store. Now, fitness and food tracking app MyFitnessPal has done the same.
It's that wonderful day of the year where everyone in companies small and large shower their sysadmins with praise and gifts... Maybe. Tell us how your company recognized your work today!
In what appears to be a final email to customers, Amazon has informed Windows phone users that it'll be retiring its app on August 15 - a bit later than the previously reported date of July 25.
After nearly 70,000 people signed a petition to persuade Niantic to bring Pokemon GO to Windows phone devices, a Microsoft support representative claims that the company is working on it.
Rovio has announced that it is ending support for Windows phones and PC platforms, in an effort to shift focus to developing for Android and iOS, which will be kept "supported and updated".
A new report claims that BlackBerry is discontinuing its devices running on BlackBerry 10. However, support for existing devices on the OS will continue with uninterrupted warranty and technical aid.
After supporting Windows Phone for more than two years, Kiloo has ended support for popular endless runner, Subway Surfer. However, fret not, a Windows 10 Mobile version is in the works.
Nvidia has launched a new version of its graphics driver improving SLI profiles for a number of games and adding support for its newest graphics card, the GeForce 1070 GTX, which launches this week.
Enterprises who use Microsoft Azure for their cloud computing will soon be able to access a higher level of support. The roll-out will begin on May 1 and will be completed before September.
Microsoft says that it will end support for Skype for TV in June, with no further updates or improvements, and warns that some manufacturers may remove the app "from some or all of their models".
After confirming in December that it was ending Firefox OS development for phones, Mozilla has said that it will "end-of-life support for smartphones after the Firefox OS 2.6 release" in May.
Those still on Windows 8.0 will need to upgrade to a newer version of Microsoft's OS as of today or else risk using a less secure operating system as its support period comes to a close.
Microsoft is cutting off support for older versions of its Internet Explorer browsers today. The company is prompting users to upgrade to IE 11 or to Windows 10 and use the new Edge browser.
Microsoft boasted about visits to its Store since the launch of Windows 10, but the departure of popular apps like Comedy Central shows that there's still room for improvement.
Microsoft has taken another step towards its launch of Windows 10 Mobile, adding a new 'Software update for Lumia with Windows 10' page to its support site, for those with Windows Phone 8.1 handsets.
Microsoft has updated its Windows Device (formerly 'Phone') Recovery Tool, adding support for HTC's Windows Phone 8X, after some handsets were crippled by the installation of an unsupported preview.