Google users were unable to access several services early Wednesday, but everything seems to be back up and running at this point.
A glimpse at the Google Apps Dashboard showed problems with a number of services, notably Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk, Google Drive, Google Sites, Google Groups, Google Admin console and Google Hangouts. Related services, such as Google+ and Google Contacts, were also impacted, according to affected users.
The problem seemed to start with Google Drive as the company noted at 7:07 p.m. PT Tuesday that it was investigating reports of an issue with its online storage service. By 7:53 p.m, Google said it had restored Google Drive service for some users. But it took until 12:23 a.m. on Wednesday for the problem to be fully resolved and for service to apparently be back up for all users.
Then other services ran into glitches. At 12:52 a.m., Google said it was investigating an issue with its email service. The same status applied to Google Calendar, Google Talk and several other services. At 1:19 a.m., the company said it had resolved the problems with its remaining services.
In its Dashboard updates, Google didn't reveal the source of the outages. A spokesman for the search giant told CNET that all issues are now resolved and that the company has nothing to add on the incident.
Update, 8:08 a.m. PT: Adds comment from Google.