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Google Drive app leaks ahead of cloud climax

Google Drive app leaks ahead of cloud climax

The Google Drive evidence continues to mount, with new evidence of the local app ready to install from Google and simply awaiting on the service itself to wake up and start offering 5GB of cloud storage. After talk yesterday that Google Drive would launch in a week's time, TechCrunch was pointed in the direction of the OS X desktop app itself, complete with native support for Google's own filetypes from Google Docs and Gdraw.

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Google Drive leaked: 5GB cloud space for free

Google Drive leaked: 5GB cloud space for free

There's a new service popping up this week from Google, a cloud service by the name of Google Drive. We've heard of this service before, it being akin to Dropbox in its ability to be a cloud server for your files, and now we've got word from The Next Web that the service will be launching this Tuesday (a week and a day from now). This service will be 5GB of free space and will be available for access on Mac, Windows, Android, and iOS right out of the box.

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Google Drive cloud storage tipped for April

Google Drive cloud storage tipped for April

This Spring we're likely to see what for so long has been a mythical creature waiting to pounce on the world of costly cloud storage: Google Drive. This system would and will be an online file storage system run by Google which will be revealed, if sources speaking with Om Malik of GigaOM are correct, early this April. This system has been rumored for several years and indeed did pop up under a different name in 2010, with Google allowing you to upload documents and files to Google Docs, but this is the real deal folks.

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Google Drive spotted in the wild

Google Drive spotted in the wild

It'll be one massively definitive day when Google unleashes what we still must guess the details of: Google Drive, their soon to be revealed cloud storage service. This service is said to be a free service for most average citizens and businesses with a premium option with added space available also at launch. What we're seeing here today is a screenshot of what one user speaking with GeekWire says is the current way Google Drive looks behind the scenes - looks familiar, yes?

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Google Drive incoming to take on Dropbox and iCloud

Google Drive incoming to take on Dropbox and iCloud

Google is preparing to launch a cloud storage service, Google Drive, sources claim, taking on iCloud and Dropbox with free and paid accounts. Set to open for uploads "in the coming weeks or months" the WSJ's insiders say, Google Drive will supposedly undercut Dropbox's paid subscription pricing, which begins at $10 per month for 50GB. A free plan, meanwhile, will offer both individual and business users some cloud-based space without cost, likely ad-supported like free Gmail.

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Nevada Legislation allows Google driverless cars to cruise state roads

Nevada Legislation allows Google driverless cars to cruise state roads

Google has its fingers into some many different projects that it can be very hard to keep track of them all. One of the oddest projects that Google has been into is the design and operation of cars that can drive themselves. Interestingly Google chose to use Prius and Audi TT's as their driverless fleet and not the obviously well qualified black 80's Trans Am. We have seen these driverless cars in action before, and to be honest they are a bit disconcerting to see in action.

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Google Play Services update tweaks Maps, Drive, Fit functionality

Google Play Services update tweaks Maps, Drive, Fit functionality

To help get their services to a wider audience, Google has issued a Play Services update today. The aim is, naturally, getting Google stuff in more places, and making it a better experience for the end-user. Moving forward, Developers will have the ability to better control the API library they need, and use only the API they want. That will keep apps lightweight, and easy to update/support. Developers will need it, too; there are a lot of cool new things they can build into their apps!

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You’re overestimating Google’s driverless cars

You’re overestimating Google’s driverless cars

Never tested in snow or heavy rain, potentially ignoring police, and confused into swerving by crumpled newspaper: Google's self-driving cars face more than a few lingering problems before they're truly ready for the road. The search behemoth's plans to start tests of its control-free "pods" out in public had already collided with California's DMV, which demanded that at least rudimentary steering and pedals be fitted before they'd be road-legal, but that may only be the start of Google's headaches.

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