Google Expands its Cloud-Computing Offerings with ‘Drive’

Google expanded the digital world of cloud computing on Tuesday, announcing the rollout of “Google Drive.”

The service, which will give users 5GB of free remote storage and additional space for a monthly fee, puts the Web giant in competition with Apple and Microsoft, as well as specialized services like Box and Dropbox, in a space that increasingly looks like the future of computing.

“This is really just the next step in the evolution of Google Cloud,” Scott Johnston, group product manager for Google Drive, told CNN. “It’s really letting people live

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