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Google Drive cloud service comes with 5GB of free storage

Google DriveIf it isn’t providing the world’s most advanced and largest search engine features, phone services, maps, video games, news, Gmail, documents and more, the dominating mega corporation has now revealed their cloud storage arm called Google Drive.

Yes, now Google has thrown in their silver lining to the cloud storage arena with their Google Drive.

Mind you, because it’s Google they’re not going to put out some average, run of the mill kind of product they’re going to brand it as much as they can just short of coming to your home and and tattooing their name on your forehead.  Google Drive is nothing like the other cloud storage companies.  Yes, Goggle Drive offers you 5 gigabytes of storage for free and it scales upwards to $50 for a terabyte, but Google has employed every aspect of the Google experience online from its documents to just about everything else that you the user needs.

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What lies behind Apple’s iCloud?

Apple iCloud

Apple has done things that no other company has been able to do. They created bestselling smartphone, and continue to lead the way with their innovative and young designs. That is the reason why the world waits anxiously for the official announcement of their iCloud, a colossal data center that is expected to take cloud computing to a whole new level.

Apple is anticipated to follow the steps of Google and Amazon, which both have already adventured in acquiring their own data centers. Google delivers e-mail and Android apps via the sky, while Amazon keeps its customer’s personal information stored the same way.

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