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Throw your hard drive away, Google's Gdrive coming

online storage in a whole new way

| Storage News | Posted: Jan 20, 2009 4:53 am

tgdaily has exciting news for us all regarding Gdrive; Google's next big move on its agenda which is set to be launched this year.

 

The service has the potential to eclipse even Gmail, Google's second best-known product after their google.com search engine. That said, it's no wonder users have been ripe with anticipation for years - yes, that's how long the rumors have persisted.

 

Throw your hard drive away, Google's Gdrive coming

 

Gdrive is basically online storage where Google servers have enough capacity to hold the entire contents of your hard drive. It will likely also come with enough brains to do cool tricks now with bigger things down the road - like booting your computer from online drive to load the Google operating system.

 

tgdaily's insight to GDrive and how it's shaping up includes all of the service's features, privacy implications and a wrap-up on just how well they think it will take off. And by the sounds of it, they're not kidding when they say it will likely change the way many of us use the internet, forever.

 

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