Google is set to release their own shared cloud storage solution, says the Wall Street Journal. Their insiders have said that Google will soon launch called "Drive" will rival Dropbox in functionality, being able to "store photos, documents and videos on Google's servers so that they could be accessible from any Web-connected device and allows them to easily share the files with others." It sounds like it will have some overlap with Picasa, Google Docs, and Youtube, but at this time nobody has all the particulars.
The new service, expected to launch in the coming weeks or months, will be free for most folks, businesses included. Google will only charge those who want to "store a large amount of files", so there will be a premium service with more capacity. If Google does release this one, we would certainly expect it to hit Android devices soon after. Could this be the big thing at Google I/O this year?
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