The much-rumored Google Drive cloud storage service will likely be introduced in the first week...


The much-rumored Google Drive cloud storage service will likely be introduced in the first week of April, sources tell Om Malik. Oddly, Google (GOOG), long known for undercutting rivals with its free services, will reportedly offer just 1GB of storage for free - market colossus Dropbox offers 2GB, and Microsoft's (MSFT) SkyDrive offers 25GB.

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  • sburger
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    Apple iCloud offers 5g, but off course you can pay for more.
    27 Mar 2012, 02:37 PM Reply Like
  • Mark Selzler
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    Apple cloud is pathetic for directive file storage, unlile SugarSync, DropBox and Windows SkyDrive. That will likely change, or a least it had better.
    27 Mar 2012, 03:29 PM Reply Like
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    Microsoft stock will double this year.
    27 Mar 2012, 04:42 PM Reply Like
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