As announced via an email to registered users, the Microsoft HealthVault platform will be discontinued on November 20. Any data that is still on the platform will be deleted on the day of closure.
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A number of things happened this week, among which the reveal that 19H1 is going to be the May 2019 Update, some exciting gaming news, and more. Be sure to catch up via the handy guide below.
In light of pressure from the likes of Epic Games Store and the higher cut for developers, GOG has decided to retire the long-running Fair Price Package program on March 31 of this year.
It appears that long-supporting app developer Kiloo has finally ended support for endless runner Subway Surfers on Windows phones, blaming Microsoft's "development plans" for the platform.
Back in 2013, the Un-carrier launched the Free Data for Life program that enabled tablet users to get 200mb of free data per month, but as of May 7, that program was quietly killed off.
The music-discovery service has quietly discontinued its Windows 10 app presumably due to a low adoption rate. The app, however, will continue to work for users of the service on the platform.
Announced back in December 2015 as CollabDB, Project Osaka is being discontinued on March 31 in its preview form without ever being released. It was to be a table-sharing tool for the O365 suite.
It appears that Apple might be abandoning its networking business. Although the company has not made an official announcement, it has been reported that company has abandoned development.
Disney Infinity 3.0 and its online features are getting the ax on all platforms - and will be unplayable on most after March 2017 - including Android, iOS, Apple TV, Windows 8.1 and 10, and consoles.
Apple has officially discontinued its aging Thunderbolt Display, which could indicate a successor could be on the horizon. The discontinued model was introduced nearly five years ago.
With the Microsoft Store and AT&T discontinuing sales of the Lumia 1520, it looks like the United States will be left without a flagship Lumia handset until the release of Windows 10.
Kabam has decided to discontinue Windows Phone app development stating that the company is "concentrating its resources on the biggest market opportunity", mainly Android and iOS.
With no free music offered via Apple's 'Single of the week' promotion since the start of 2015, it appears that the company has discontinued this promotion much to the dismay of customers.
Microsoft has stopped the sales of Windows 7 and 8 to consumers through retail channels. Windows 7 Professional and Windows 8 will only be available through PC OEM's.
Samsung is to close its own audio streaming service, Samsung Music, and its associated Android app, Samsung Music Hub, on 1st July meaning that customers should begin using up existing vouchers now.
Facebook has decided to retire the @facebook.com email service, which it had started for its one billion users, after merely three years of existence due to disappointing usage numbers.
Microsoft has announced that Hohm will cease to exist after May 31, 2012. In a post on the Microsoft Hohm blog, the company states that the service will be terminated due to slow adoption in...
Since the launch of Windows Phone 7, Microsoft has been slowly phasing out support for their legacy mobile operating system, Windows Mobile. Earlier today Microsoft sent a message to users of Windows Mobile 6.x devices,...
If you're a user and supporter of Skype's Extras program, which is aimed at helping third-party developers create useful add-ons for the software, then your fun is soon coming to an end. According to The...
The browser that helped kick-start the commercial web is to cease development because of lack of users. Netscape Navigator, now owned by AOL, will no longer be supported after 1 February 2008, the company has...
Another product is missing from Apple's hardware page, this time it being the 15" PowerBook. This follows the recent removal and discontinuation of the 17" iMac G5. Though these are still available as...
Alex Van Kaam, developer of Motherboard Monitor has decided to call it quits and has discontinued work on his popular Motherboard monitor Program used by many to monitor system temps and fan speeds as well...