After October 31 next year, the only version of the software that will come on new devices will be Windows 10.
Adobe ceases development on its mobile cross-platform image-editing app to make way for a more modern version, but promises Android for more of its apps by the end of the year.
The PC maker's chairman is talking with Microsoft about becoming the first outside company to build a version of Microsoft's glasses that overlay digital images on the real world.
Samsung will end support for the video-discovery app a year and a day after its launch.
Microsoft argues that the Surface will save you from having to buy a MacBook and an iPad, but its integrated tablet comes at the price of a disjointed user experience.
Microsoft is dropping several of its MSN Apps for Windows, iOS and Android over the next several months, as leadership makes more "tough choices."
Retired from production last fall, the iPad 4 could make an encore appearance as early as Tuesday.
At this year's I/O developers conference, Google offered the usual assortment of sneak peeks at software updates and new features, but some high-profile products didn't make an appearance.
When Google unveiled its smart and controversial eyewear three years ago, some early tech adopters tried to do their part by eagerly pushing for Glass acceptance. The world pushed back.
The search giant is going forward with its connected-eyewear project, and it has partnered with the maker of Ray-Ban and Oakley for the next version.