Google is all set to launch a cloud storage service 'Drive' that would rival the popular storage service Dropbox, The Wall Street Journal Reports. The Google service which is expected to launched in the coming weeks will be free for most users and businesses while Google will charge a fee for larger files said the WSJ post. The service will enable users to store files, images and videos on remote Google servers which to a extent people are already doing using different Google services. This is seen as a direct competitor to popular storage service provider Dropbox.The domain https://drive.google.com/ currently shows a '404' error.
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