Google Docs Becomes Google Any File' as Cloud Wars Heat Up

Wednesday Jan 13th 2010 by Staff

Google Docs will soon allow you to store any file in the cloud--not just spreadsheets and text.

Wired: In addition to all the other free cloud-based services it offers, Google is now adding a cloud-based hard drive. Well, actually, maybe it's more like a cloud-based USB drive as the program will allow users only 1 GB of space for files for free (additional storage is available for $.25/GB/year).

Until now, Google Docs would only store text and spreadsheets, but the service will now store any file up to 250 MB in size. In its blog, Google positioned the service as a way to avoid e-mailing large files to yourself.

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