Five years after its launch, Amazon has decided to end its Fire tablet live video support service, Mayday. The feature will be discontinued this month according to a customer support page.
WhatsApp previously announced that it will not support BlackBerry OS and Windows Phone 8 and older from December 31. Users will be able to use the app, but new features won't make it to the app.
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.
The original version of Windows 10 - that is version 1507 - is reaching the end of its lifecycle. Microsoft will no longer be issuing security updates to machines running this iteration of the OS.
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.
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".