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Google has now launched their online service, Google Drive
Google has officially launched Google Drive, an online service that allows you to not only store and share data, it also allow you to create documents, spreadsheets and presentations online.
Google Drive also allows you to upload and access your files including videos, photos, Google Docs, PDFs and more.
When you sign up for this service, you will be provided a free 5 GB storage. If you need more space, you need to pay $4 USD per month for an additional 20 GB storage.
Google Drive is supported by PC, Mac and Android devices. Google is still working on its iOS version.View Article Source »
Music's in the clouds, as Sony expands the Music Unlimited service to the PSP and NGP.
Looks like Sony is sending their consoles to the clouds, as the company announced that its music subscription service – Sony Music Unlimited – will reach PlayStation Portable (PSP) and Next Generation Portable (NGP)soon. The service is currently being offered only to the PlayStation 3.
The Music Unlimited service, which contains over six million songs, offers two options: Basic Plan, which encompasses genre-specific and era-specific channels of music, costing £3.99; and Premium Service that additionally provides on-demand access to all songs and channels, costing £9.99.Read the rest of the article »
Amazon reaches cloud-nine with Amazon Cloud Player and Amazon Cloud Drive.
Amazon has beaten Google and Apple to the clouds, as the online retail giant launches the Amazon Cloud Player for web and Android devices, along with the Amazon Cloud Drive.
Gone will be the days where music listeners download their music to different computers or phones, as the Amazon Cloud Player plays your kind of tunes anytime, anywhere. Just upload your music (either in AAC or MP3 format) to the your free 5GB Cloud Drive Storage, and you’re all set to play your music with the Cloud Player.Read the rest of the article »
What happened Google?
Yesterday, a massive glitch on 150,000 Gmail accounts took place. Apparently, these accounts got disabled. Account users were devastated to know that all their emails, attachments and chat logs were gone.
Google explained that “less than 0.08%” of Gmail accounts were affected by the “bug” which completely reset the accounts.Read the rest of the article »
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