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A new service is taking the file storage found within Google Docs to a new level with things like desktop sync and notifications. This is about as close as you can get to the fabled Google hard drive.
Google will soon be letting users upload any and all file types to Google Docs, but is this the long-awaited GDrive?
New wording in Google Docs points to the service allowing other files to be uploaded by users. This could be an early sign that Google is readying its GDrive for public consumption.
Google's GDrive might actually exist. That's at least what new rumors surrounding the storage service suggest.
Online operating system Glide launches its own free storage solution that's giving users 30 gigabytes for storing files in the cloud.
The Web world was abuzz this week over rumors that Google is preparing a service that will let people store every bit of their data online.
Google is expected to launch an online storage service dubbed Google Drive, or GDrive, as soon as the first week of April, according to GigaOm.
The online storage service is shutting down, and Yahoo is warning users to download or delete stored files before the cut-off.
Google Drive hasn't even been announced yet, but all signs point to the cloud-based storage service from the search giant getting that name.
Yesterday Google Docs was just an online office suite. Today it's a full-fledged online storage service too. What does it all mean?