Google has launched a cloud-based storage service called Google Drive that competes with Dropbox, Sugarsync and other cloud storage systems to offer both free and paid storage that synchronizes with PCs and Macs.
When you sign-up for the service, you are invited to install software on a PC or a Mac that creates a special folder on your machine. Any files placed in that folder are automatically copied to Google’s servers so that you can access them online or on any machine that’s connected to your account. So, when I place a file in my Google Drive folder on my Windows PC, it’s also available on my Mac or on my Google Drive web page. Files are also accessible on Google Android devices and (soon) Apple iPhones and iPads.
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