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Marketplace Tech Report for Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Apr 25, 2012

Marketplace Tech Report for Wednesday, April 25, 2012

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There is yet another option for you if you have more documents, pictures, videos and what-have-yous on your computer that are taking up too much space. Google has announced Google Drive, a service that gives you five gigabytes of storage for free and offers more space for additional costs. Provided, of course, that you have a strong Internet connection. Plus, a new term to learn: liquidmetal.

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Google wants to store your stuff in its cloud

Apr 25, 2012
Google Drive premieres, offering users five gigabytes or more of space for documents, pictures, videos, what-have-yous. Plus, learn this term: liquidmetal.

There is yet another option for you if you have more documents, pictures, videos and what-have-yous on your computer that are taking up too much space. Google has announced Google Drive, a service that gives you five gigabytes of storage for free and offers more space for additional costs. Provided, of course, that you have a strong Internet connection. Plus, a new term to learn: liquidmetal.

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