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Google Drive Kicks Into Gear

April 25, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

After years of anticipation, Google has finally made its Google Drive cloud storage service available. The service will stow users’ data remotely and allow access via desktop and mobile applications. Third-party developers are already working on apps that will incorporate Google Drive features. Users get 5 GB for free; more storage can be purchased on a monthly basis.

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