1/13/2010

Google adds storage to sweeten online office suite

Filed under: — By Aviran @ 1:42 am

Google Inc. is expanding its Internet warehouse so people can stash more digital keepsakes from their life and work.

The upgrade announced Tuesday will provide one free gigabyte of storage to all users of Google Docs, the company’s online suite of word processing, spreadsheets and other commonly used programs.

The expansion will let people store photos, video and a variety of other computer files that previously couldn’t be accommodated. Each file can be as large as 250 megabytes, and those needing more space can buy it at prices ranging from $17 annually for an extra 5 gigabytes to $14,000 annually for an extra 4,000 gigabytes.

 

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