CNET — Google One lets you store your data in the cloud. It is the new way you'll buy online storage from Google, taking over from the
company's previous Google Drive storage plans.
Does that mean Google Drive is going away? No --
but the phrase "Google Drive" now only refers to
the company's Dropbox-like service where you
can upload files to a personal online vault.
Previously, "Google Drive" was also the
company's name for the gigabytes of online
storage you'd share between Drive, Gmail and
Google Photos. Now, all of that is called Google
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