'Google Calendar' Project Details Leak

Small technology site TechCrunch has just posted some exclusive screenshots of the rumored 'Google Calendar' site. The calendar appears have the same general layout as Gmail, and again looks to be making heavy use of

, which allows users to view and update content without reloading large portions of the website.

The Calendar beta is codenamed 'CL2' and is rumored to be in the hands of only around 200 people. TechCrunch has been overwhelmed by the traffic load, but not before ZDNet and a few other mainstream web media outlets grabbed said screenshots and dissected their content. Rumored features include SMS notification, subscription feeds, and the ability to share events even with people not signed up for the calendar service. CL2's product description reads:

"CL2 makes it easy — even effortless — to keep track of all the events in your life and compare them to what your friends and family have going on in theirs. We've designed a calendar that works for you — helping you add events from email, friends, and other public calendars — so you don't have to spend all your time maintaining your schedule. CL2 even helps you discover new events you might be interested in. We think it's a great tool for managing your daily schedule, keeping track of what everyone in your family is doing, organizing events for a club or team, or creating public events that you can promote to the world."

This leak comes just days after Google let some 'GDrive' details slip on an internal PowerPoint presentation that made its way onto the web.

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