If you have used Apple's iWork.com service to store documents, be sure to save them before July.
Web giant urges users to spend the balances on their cards ahead of October 17, when the cards will disappear from users' accounts.
Panasonic sold 3.5 million turntables since 1972, but lagging sales doomed the legendary turntable.
The carrier is expected to clear out a number of devices in January, including a pair of Android handsets.
Electronic Arts plans to shut down online service for many legacy titles starting as early as next week. Titles include The Lord of the Rings, Madden 10 for the PSP, others.
The software maker has notified financial institutions that it plans to stop selling its long-running personal finance program, CNET News has learned.
Social network issues a notice to its users that it will soon be removing Network Pages, prompting them to use the Groups feature to connect with others instead.
In the wake of its decision to discontinue OneCare, Microsoft is also axing its Equipt subscription service, which bundled the consumer version of Office alongside the antivirus software.
Move to stop selling DVDs rented by subscribers comes as the company expands its subscription focus from DVDs rented by mail to include movies streamed over the Web.
i-drive to discontinue direct user access