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Google is new all set to launch a cloud storage service by name Drive. This is hoped to impose a tough competition to Dropbox, a cloud storage service provider.
Drive will let the users to store documents, photos as well as videos on the servers of Google enabling them to access the content from any device connected to the web. It also lets them to share the files easily with the others.
This cloud service will be launched in some weeks or months and it will be available for free for the businesses and consumers. If users like to share huge quantities of data, then Google will require them to pay some fee.
A spokesman of Google declined to comment on this. Since many years in the past, this has been rumored but the company is not likely to roll it to the users.