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April 29, 2012

Google’s Drive Could Complicate the Cloud

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By Tom Simonite, Technology Review

After roughly six years of rumors, Google has finally launched its own cloud storage and syncing service, called Google Drive. The service offers five gigabytes of online file storage for free and includes software that automatically synchronizes files between Windows and Apple computers, Android phones, and Google’s cloud. An iPhone app is due out in the “coming weeks,” Google says. Users can pay $2.49 a month for an extra 25 gigabytes of storage, or pay more for larger blocks up to a maximum of 16 terabytes.

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