Amazon Quietly Discontinuing the Kindle DX

Amazon has been busily updating its Kindle lineup over the past few years, and now its flagship Fires and Paperwhite have media consumption covered. Along the way the massive Kindle DX has been ignored—and now it seems the device is being discontinued. » 10/15/12 5:23am 10/15/12 5:23am

Has Best Buy Abandoned the PlayBook? (UPDATED x2)

Best Buy launches a big sale on BlackBerry PlayBooks. "Everything's fine guys!" says BlackBerry. Best Buy dumps its PlayBook stash and doesn't seem interested in replacing them. "Um, guys? Is this what death feels like?" » 11/28/11 9:49am 11/28/11 9:49am

Dell Finally Kills the Adamo Laptop

It looks like one of Dell's most beautiful (and one of the most portable!) laptops, the Adamo, is going to be officially killed off. People don't like paying a lot for a little it seems. [CNET] » 2/09/11 10:59am 2/09/11 10:59am

End Of an Era: Panasonic Kills Off Technics Turntables

If you've ever been a DJ, known a DJ, or listened to a DJ, there's a good chance you're familiar with Technics. Panasonic's analog turntables are legend among scratchers and spinners. And now they're gone. UPDATED: » 10/28/10 4:20pm 10/28/10 4:20pm

Apple Bluetooth Headset Quietly Discontinued

According to the Apple Store, the company's $100 Bluetooth headset has been discontinued. Does this mean Apple's planning on rolling out new stereo-enabled Bluetooth headsets with A2DP compatibility for iPhone 3.0 and iPod Touch? » 3/23/09 9:28am 3/23/09 9:28am

80GB PlayStation 3 Not Exactly Discontinued, Just Bundled With Metal…

The fact that stores everywhere, including Sony's own SonyStyle, were dropping the 80GB seemed to point to a conclusion that the 80GB was on its way out. Not exactly. As we found out today, the 80GB version is going to be back on June 12, but it's going to be packed with a copy of Metal Gear Solid 4 and a DualShock 3 » 2/26/08 5:15pm 2/26/08 5:15pm

Xbox 360 HD DVD Officially $50, Still Discontinued

Even though the Xbox 360 HD DVD add-on is discontinued, you didn't expect Microsoft to just give them away, did you? You did? Well then, this $49.99 liquidation price tag should be extra surprising to you. [Xbox - Thanks Daft Punk!] » 2/25/08 1:10pm 2/25/08 1:10pm

Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD Player Officially Discontinued

Click to viewIt was only a matter of time before Microsoft officially discontinued manufacturing the Xbox 360 HD DVD add-on, but it took them a few days longer than we expected. Their statement is finally out, and it signals Microsoft's official withdraw from HD DVD on the console front. » 2/23/08 7:33pm 2/23/08 7:33pm

Nintendo Wireless Wavebird Controllers Discontinued, World Weeps

Although the GameCube didn't really advance the gaming world in any giant steps on the software side, it did introduce to us the fact that a wireless controller can not suck. The wireless Wavebird controller, which eliminated wires in living rooms everywhere (not really everywhere, since we know how well the GC sold)… » 1/02/08 2:50pm 1/02/08 2:50pm

Unconfirmed: Xbox 360 Core Discontinued at GameStop

Kotaku reports that they've gotten tips from their GameStop employee readers that an email got sent out telling store managers to take down any signs relating to the Xbox 360 Core version (that's the gimped, hard-drive-less model). There haven't been any reports yet of the same thing going on in other retailers, but… » 9/28/07 1:39pm 9/28/07 1:39pm

Dealzmodo: 4GB iPhone only $299 While Supplies Last

While supplies last, the discontinued 4GB iPhone is only $299. $299!! Of course, the 8GB is now $399, so old $100 more for double the storage theory is still in effect.[Apple Thanks Ziegler] » 9/05/07 3:15pm 9/05/07 3:15pm

Unconfirmed: Nintendo Discontinues DS Browser?

This is unconfirmed for now, but some forum poster at Neogaf claims that Nintendo is going to discontinue the DS Lite web browser. Seeing as you had to pay $29 for a web browser that wasn't even that great, we can understand why. [Amazon via Neogaf via DS Fanboy] » 8/24/07 6:10pm 8/24/07 6:10pm

Canon Discontinues the 20Da

Looks like it's light out for Canon's 20Da, a unique but short-lived digital SLR designed for taking images of the night sky. Canon will close the shutter on the 8.2MP 20Da as of April 21st to make way for the new Canon 30D, according to DigitalCameraInfo.com. There was no word yet on whether a possible replacement… » 4/11/06 6:35am 4/11/06 6:35am

The Sony Bean is Dead

Sony has discontinued its sexy, sly bean MP3 player, hinting that it may have something better up its sleeve—debatable—and that this might not be the end of the bean—debatable. The Bean appeared last April to great fanfare and promptly fell off the radar as the Nano sucked up its market share. The bugger did get 50… » 2/17/06 11:18am 2/17/06 11:18am