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Google Drive: Dropbox Killer or Mediocre Also-Ran?

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Google Drive; Dropbox Killer or Mediocre Also-Ran? - by Sebastian Anthony/ ExtremeTech.com

Remember the mythical G-Drive?

Google had everything it needed to be the largest online storage firm in the world before the world even knew it needed such a thing.

It never launched.

Even though the company offers online storage lockers for music, pictures and documents, it doesn't have a single unified service.

Instead, Google let a legion of companies like Dropbox and Box eat its lunch. Granted, Google hasn't exactly been going hungry, but it sounds like G-Drive may finally be ready to ship.

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