Google’s consumer and commercial customers will soon transition to a new Google Drive sync client for Windows and Mac.
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Google revealed this week that it will consolidate its two desktop sync clients into a single solution for all users sometime in 2021.
Most Chromebook users will probably embrace Google products and services, and there are advantages to doing so.
Today’s the day: As promised, Google is no longer automatically syncing photos between its Drive and Photos services.
Google is testing a Drive feature that will allow users to make any file type, and not just Docs, Sheets and Slides files, available offline from Chrome.
Google Drive is getting a whiter interface on Android and iOS.
WhatsApp teams up with Google to stop chat backups from eating into users' Google Drive storage.
Google launches One for everyone in the United States, gives users flexible storage options and additional perks.
Google launches a new standalone Drive SKU for its enterprise customers, brings the new Gmail to all G Suite users.
Microsoft needs to meet---if not exceed---the features of Google One for its own consumer customers. I have a few ideas.
As part of its continued push to improve interoperability between Microsoft Office and G Suite products, Google is rolling out a major new feature for Google Drive.
Google Drive File Stream will soon be available to all G Suite customers. It's essentially OneDrive placeholders for Drive.
Google revealed today that it is adding a placeholders-like feature to its Google Drive sync clients for PC and Mac. But perhaps only for businesses.
With Windows 10 Mobile now shipping, it's time we revisit a long-standing issue with Windows phones: Is it possible to access Google services from Microsoft's mobile platform?
On Tuesday, Google announced a new plug-in for Microsoft Office for Windows which enables Google Drive compatibility. But it did so separate from Microsoft.