We've been speculating for months now, but it looks like Google are finally about to release their storage depot for storing or backing up your files online. If you have a Google Mail account, you're able to store nearly 3GB worth of email, for free. If you require more space, you can purchase more. You can also store and share your photos using the Picasa Web Albums and, again, you have the option to purchase additional space.
There are ways of storing files through your Google account, without waiting for the much-dubbed 'GDrive' from Google. The unofficial GMail Drive 1.0.12 will enable you to take your free GMail account and turn the storage space in to an area where you can store files. However, as it's unofficial, it could be stopped at any time, so perhaps isn't the wisest choice for relying on storing your important data.
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