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Newsletter: Google Drive App Nears Inevitable Doom & Get Ready for Facebook Dating

QUOTE OF THE DAY “We’re both stumbling around together in this unformed world, whose rules and objectives are largely unknown, seemingly indecipherable or even possibly nonexistent, always on the verge of being killed by forces that we don’t understand.” – Ted GOOGLE DRIVE DESKTOP APP WILL NO LONGER EXIST IN 2018 THE STORY March 2018 will be the day Google shuts down Google Drive desktop app.
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