Twitter today said it would halt updates to the Windows version of TweetDeck in four weeks.
Microsoft's Edge and Internet Explorer browsers are losing user share at such a rate that Microsoft could fall behind Google in the browser market as early as May.
Microsoft this week made good on a 2014 promise and withheld security updates from users of older versions of Internet Explorer.
Mozilla is changing Firefox's rigid every-six-week release cadence to a looser schedule that resembles what Google has used for Chrome since 2008.
Windows 10's user share jumped in January by its second-largest one-month increase since its launch, data from analytics vendor Net Applications showed.
Apple on Wednesday released an update for OS X 10.6, aka Snow Leopard, an edition it last patched in September 2013.
Mozilla today released Firefox 44, adding push notifications to the browser.
Brendan Eich, co-founder of Mozilla and for an 11-day stint, its CEO, announced a new browser called "Brave," that blocks outside online ads and ad tracking.
Microsoft's Windows 10 now powers about 164 million PCs, but the pace continues to slow.
The PC business can't seem to climb out of the four-year hole it's dug for itself.
Apple's MacBook Air is the most reliable laptop on the market, according to a survey of nearly 60,000 American consumers conducted recently by Consumer Reports.
As of early Wednesday, an online petition had collected nearly 2,000 virtual signatures.
Users of Microsoft's OneDrive online storage service on Tuesday railed against the company's decision to ditch its unlimited allowance, calling it a betrayal.
Do you like cumulative updates? You'd better. Windows 10 users shouldn't expect Microsoft to bend on the just-take-it policy the company has adopted for the new OS.
Microsoft has created a $43 billion business, a potential Apple-and-OEM-esque company-within-a-company, that could be used to take up the slack if its partners falter.