Google Drive, the latest store-in-the-cloud service, has arrived as an instant challenger to Dropbox, Amazon’s Cloud Drive, Apple’s iCloud, Microsoft’s newly invigorated SkyDrive and others.
Sooner or later, that can only mean more storage at lower prices for consumers. For now, Google Drive will charge $30 a year a for 25 gigabytes dedicated to Google Drive and the Picasa pciture-sharing service, with an additional 25 gigabytes for Gmail storage.
That puts Google Drive and slightly more expensive that what SkyDrive and Amazon charge for 20 gigabytes of cloud storage (on off-site servers, not on your computer or mobile device). I’s a better deal, however, than Dropbox and iCloud.
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