Canonical’s Ubuntu One Cloud Storage Service Comes To The Mac

Canonical isn't just the company behind the popular Linux distribution <a target="_blank" href="">Ubuntu</a>, but with <a target="_blank" href="">Ubuntu On

Eat the Document

With all the press releases masquerading as news, Techmeme has felt more like Craiglist for articles in the past few months, or is it years. But recently we finally got some real news, when Google of

Thanks Google, It Only Took You Six Years

Today's <a href="">launch of Google Drive</a>, official at last, is kind of a relief. Internet rumors and reports have seen the industry disc

The GDrive Plot Thickens: Google Docs Users Now Have 5GB Of Space

User Hariprasanth sent us a strange missive: it seems that if you upload something to Google Docs today, your storage space immediately increases from 1GB to 5GB. I didn't believe him at first - it sa

Box CEO Aaron Levie: Why We’re Not Afraid Of Google Drive

<a href="">Box</a> has become a major player in the tech world since its launch <a href="">some six years ago</a>. The

Test Page For GDrive Appearing In Google Search Results

In case there was still any doubt about the long-rumored "GDrive's" existence, a page now appearing on Google's search results offers a pretty clear indication that <em>something</em> is going on. On

Yet More Proof Of “Google Drive”

About a week ago, I noted that <a href="">Google may be on the verge of resurrecting the "GDrive" project</a>, also known as "Google Drive". The ser

Google May Be On The Verge Of Resurrecting “GDrive”

In 2006, Google was internally testing a project codenamed "Platypus", an online storage service. When it was <a href="">acciden

Review: The G Drive mini

<img src="" />SSDs are fast, enduring and expensive. The G Drive mini is no exception; 120GB of solid state storag

Can you explain to me again why I should trust Google?

<img src="" />Some of you may have noticed that Google went a little <a HREF="

Google's GDrive revealed in code?

<img src="" />A recently modified bit of code in <a href="">Google Pack</a> was

GDrive: The Platypus Awakes; Maybe

Google’s long rumored but never delivered online storage product GDrive (code name Platypus) may finally be on its way, according to the Wall Street Journal. The continued no-show of the fabled

What Ever Happened To GDrive?

Google Blogscoped points to a Google video created by a Google employee (now private) that shows the Gdrive Platypus icon overlaid with the lyrics, “I’ve been ready to launch my product since 2002