Google Finally Launches Google Drive Cloud Storage Service

Google has finally announced its cloud storage service,  Google Drive , providing users with 5GB of free storage and  integration with Google Docs and other Google services. Using Google Drive users to can upload and access all file types, including videos, photos, Google Docs, PDFs etc. Google has also released the  Google Drive application which can be installed […]

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Insync, alternative to Dropbox and the like

By Richard Mallion Insync is alternative t0 Dropbox. It’s cheaper than Dropbox and the core service is free. The only cost for basic membership is the cost of Google storage. Insync brings a number of features to the table, differentiating it from Dropbox’s current service. For example, you can share individual files with more granularity — […]

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Using Google abroad

By Richard Mallion Having done quite a bit traveling abroad this year things can quickly become frustrating when you attempt a search on Google and discover you are redirected to the local countries variant. This is convenient for things like local search and Maps, but if you’re trying to find results in English while you’re […]

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