• Google are making a Dropbox style cloud file-sharing service.
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The American government is going to have a field day with Google.
[QUOTE=Sickle;34733808]The American government is going to have a field day with Google.[/QUOTE] Didn't Google once threaten to move their headquarters outside the US?
I wish Google would run provider service. There has to be a Google product yet that I am dissapointed with.
[QUOTE=SGTNAPALM;34731932]i dont like what they did with the dropbox app on android i mean wtf why cant i download to my sd card seriously [editline]16th February 2012[/editline] whenever i upload a file to dropbox i only get a max of 200 kbps up and for some reason when i upload a big file it ties up my entire network even if it's hard plugged in to my cable modem[/QUOTE] What are you talking about? Hold, click export, then choose where to save it.
[QUOTE=Killuah;34734015]I wish Google would run provider service. There has to be a Google product yet that I am dissapointed with.[/QUOTE] wave
I already really like Google Music... up to 20,000 songs for free? Amazing! And since it's by song and not file size, quality isn't an issue!
[QUOTE=Altin;34734482]wave[/QUOTE] Wave wasn't disappointing, it was just useless.
[QUOTE=Jsm;34737544]Wave wasn't disappointing, it was just useless.[/QUOTE] Google+? Maybe it wasn't as disappointing as a post-apocalyptic social networking simulation
Please be true and please come out soon. I wonder how will the security be handled. But knowing google it will probably read your txt and doc files to pass ads tailored to your essay. "Visit a WW2 themed bar near you"
I have 50gb from that nice hack from xda. [editline]17th February 2012[/editline] For dropbox.
[QUOTE=garychencool;34741132]I have 50gb from that nice hack from xda. [editline]17th February 2012[/editline] For dropbox.[/QUOTE] more details on this hack please?
It kinda ended I think.
I have like 6,5 GB free in GMail - I'd love to use it to share stuff.
[QUOTE=garychencool;34742090]It kinda ended I think.[/QUOTE] fffffffffff
[QUOTE=smurfy;34742601]fffffffffff[/QUOTE] Also I'm pretty sure it was for Box.net, as that's what it was. [URL="http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/30/box-net-befriends-android-will-offer-sony-ericsson-xperia-phone/"]http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/30/box-net-befriends-android-will-offer-sony-ericsson-xperia-phone/[/URL]
[QUOTE=rhx123;34742698]Also I'm pretty sure it was for Box.net, as that's what it was. [URL="http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/30/box-net-befriends-android-will-offer-sony-ericsson-xperia-phone/"]http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/30/box-net-befriends-android-will-offer-sony-ericsson-xperia-phone/[/URL][/QUOTE] I think your right, my bad... Oh shit, now I remember what I did before 2012... ...make serveral accounts just to get that 50gb of space...
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cp_uwr-7lY[/media]
[QUOTE=SoaringScout;34744276][media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cp_uwr-7lY[/media][/QUOTE] That is so irrelevant to what cloud is supposed to be I just can't find it funny. If I didn't know what cloud computing was I'd find it funny.
[QUOTE=The Baconator;34745280]That is so irrelevant to what cloud is supposed to be I just can't find it funny. If I didn't know what cloud computing was I'd find it funny.[/QUOTE] I'm pretty sure that the idea of cloud computing is to keep files in one place so you can access them from a different location at a different time. And I don't understand how it's so irrelevant to the idea of cloud computing.
Very yes please. Google makes some nice web products.
[QUOTE=Sgt. Lulz;34745987]Very yes please. Google makes some nice web products.[/QUOTE] Youtube not being an example of that (yes I'm looking at you, crappy buffering/invasive ads)
[QUOTE=Number-41;34823756]Youtube not being an example of that (yes I'm looking at you, crappy buffering/invasive ads)[/QUOTE] you can just use adblock.
I'm probably the only one who has never ventured outside gmail since registering for it the month it came out! (I could be wrong but I think it was invite-only at that time and I got one)
Allow persistent storage on mobile device.
[QUOTE=Number-41;34823756]Youtube not being an example of that (yes I'm looking at you, crappy buffering/invasive ads)[/QUOTE] What's wrong with youtube? Sure the player is a bit funky but you can't really complain for something free that works so well. And intrusive ads pay more. After all upholding such a huge site is pricy.
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