We'd heard that Google Drive was coming in April, and, right on cue, there's new word out that Google's cloud storage service may launch next week. TheNextWeb got a peek at a leaked release, which showed that the long-expected challenger to Dropbox and Apple's iCloud, was coming in fighting. The initial free storage offered on Google Drive would start at 5GB--more than double the 2GB Dropbox starts you out with. Also, at launch, Drive would work across platforms: on Mac, Windows, Android and iOS, living as a drag-and-drop-friendly folder on your desktop.
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