There's new buzz and speculation about the status of Google's unconfirmed online file storage service, informally dubbed "GDrive." Garrett Rogers points to a CNET interview with Gmail Product Manager Todd Jackson, who's quoted saying:
"We know people's file sizes are getting bigger. They want to share their files, keep them in the cloud, and not worry about which computer they're on. Google wants to be solving these problems," Jackson said.
This is hardly definitive evidence, but it's suggestive of the validity of the long-running rumor. Meanwhile, over at Google Blogoscoped, there's a scree [...]
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