More Proof Of The Existence Of Google’s GDrive

Tony Ruscoe discovered more signs that the GDrive, a long-rumored storage service from Google, actually exists.

After Tony tried messing around with some URL parameters, he stumbled upon a screen that looked like this:

GDrive Image from Google Blogoscoped

The GDrive was being stored on www10.google.com, which was originally setting a cookie on hi machine. Google has just disabled that, probably due to Tony’s post.

Is Google going to be replacing a storage server, outside of extra space for Gmail and Picasa, through a virtual GDrive? Or is this just an internal Google employee tool?

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  • http://www.britishchap.com David

    As much as I love Google I wish I knew what they were doing next!

    I’d really like to see Grand Central and Jot Spot intertwined with my Google experience and small SEO business and the Gphone!!!!

    David

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