Google Drive has arrived

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Google has launched a new cloud service that has been rumored for months called Google Drive. The service allows users to store up to 5GB of documents, videos, photos, pdfs and other file types. Google Docs is now integrated with the new Drive service. If 5GB is not enough, users can upgrade to 25GB for $2.49/month, 100GB for $4.99/month, or 1TB for $49.99 per month. 

 
Google Drive will directly compete with other services like Dropbox, Box.com, SugarSync, and others. Google states the new service is "built to work seamlessly with your overall Google experience." The service should integrate well with Google+ and Gmail.
 
Google Drive is available on PC, Mac, and Android. The service will be available on iOS soon. See the attached video for more information.
 

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