Google launching its own cloud storage service, will compete with Dropbox

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The Next Web is reporting that search giant Google is on the cusp of unveiling it’s own cloud storage service, dubbed Google Drive, that’s aimed at competing against competing solutions – namely Dropbox. The service is reportedly scheduled to launch next week, and will offer users 5 GB worth of free space with an option to buy more if needed. Google’s offering beats the current 2 GB offer of Dropbox for free accounts (though you stand to get 23 GB more if you buy an HTC One device) and will be made available for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android.

Source: The Next Web, Talk Android