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+ - Google to announce online hard drive service

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Mike writes "According to research firm iSuppli Google is in final stage of launching an online virtual hard drive storage service. The service will allow users to upload files on big G's servers, which will be accessible through their Google account. Google will offer both free (about 50GB) and paid storage accounts. The research firm also estimates that search giant could generate significant returns (approximately $210 million per year) from this free service by placing advertisements on the storage-service website."
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