GDrive One Step Closer to Reality


Ah, GDrive, the mythical, all-encompassing online storage solution that will practically render most of your hardware obsolete. At least that’s what the legend says; my bet is that it will be another free online storage service, just with more storage and less crap: just like Gmail was (compared to the competition) when it first came to be.

We’ll see who was right soon enough, because GDrive is now moving from “rumor” stage to “somewhat founded rumor” stage. A blogger found out references to something called GDrive in a piece of Google’s code.

The code snippet in question looks like this (important parts highlighted by me):

// Localized product category of GDrive
_CI_messages.CI_GDRIVE_CATEGORY = ‘Online file backup and storage‘;
// Localized short description of GDrive (1st
// of 2 description lines)
_CI_messages.CI_GDRIVE_DESCRIPTION_1 = ‘GDrive provides reliable storage for all of your files, including photos, music and documents’;
// Localized short description of GDrive (2nd
// of 2 description lines)
_CI_messages.CI_GDRIVE_DESCRIPTION_2 = ‘GDrive allows you to access your files from anywhere, anytime, and from any device – be it from your desktop, web browser or cellular phone‘;

by Stan Schroeder

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By sumerasblog Posted in google

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