Some Google Drive for Desktop users are missing months of files

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Google says it’s investigating Google Drive users’ reports claiming that their personal files have unexpectedly vanished from the cloud service. The company acknowledged the issue today in a new Google community support thread and believes it involves a “limited subset” of Google Drive for desktop app users.

https://www.theverge.com/2023/11/27/23978591/google-drive-desktop-data-loss-bug-files-missing-investigation

Microsoft to detail OneDrive AI plans in ‘future of file management’ event

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Microsoft is holding a special OneDrive event on October 3rd where the company plans to offer a “sneak peek at our AI plans” for the cloud storage service. “The future of file management” event will be live streamed on Microsoft Teams and looks like it will include a redesigned OneDrive interface, alongside new AI-powered search and sharing features.

https://www.theverge.com/2023/9/6/23861040/microsoft-onedrive-ai-features-october-event

Google’s cloud gaming ambitions died with Stadia, exec reveals

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Google executive Jack Buser has now admitted that the company is no longer offering the white label version of Stadia that allowed companies like AT&T and Capcom to let anyone try games like Batman: Arkham Knight, Control, and a demo of Resident Evil Village for free over the internet, not to mention the first game from Peloton.

https://www.theverge.com/2023/3/8/23631063/google-white-label-stadia-idea-done