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Six years after first being rumoured, Google's cloud-based storage service looks set to finally launch, as early as next week. But will its reported 1GB of free storage be enough for today's users?
On the Official Google Docs Blog, Google has announced that over the next few weeks, they will be rolling out the ability for users to store all types of files in the cloud. Before this,...
According to a leaked prototype page, Google's unlimited storage service is getting closer to release. The page claims Justin Rosenstein is the author. Justin is the product manager for Google Page Creator. The page also...