Google has formally launched the cloud servers based storage service with free 5 GB free storage. Google Drive also offers paid storage options.
The new Google Drive arrives with free 5 GB cloud storage for everyone and promises to make the stored content accessible anywhere. At this moment, the Google Drive is supported on PC, Mac, and Android operating system based devices. Along with free storage, Google Drive also offers paid storage option - 25 GB for $2.5 (Rs 125) per month and 100 GB for $5 (Rs 250) per month.
Google Drive is the cloud storage service from Google through which the company plans to integrate it in its number of web-based products. Google Docs is already now a part of the Google Drive and it also search through the documents. Basically the service uses Optical Character Recognition technology to help the user for searching any word stored in any document in the Google Drive.
Google Drive is not activated for all users though the users can access the link online and through its Android app. For regular users, Google offers 5 GB worth basic storage and if users require more, they can purchase the storage from Google.
Currently, Google offers 25 GB storage for Rs 1,500 annually (Rs 125 per month) and 100 GB storage for Rs 3000 annually (Rs 250 per month). These rates are relatively affordable compared to the similar solutions offered by Dropbox, SkyDrive and Apple iCloud.
A number of affordable devices were launched this week in India
These days, you don't need to spend a fortune for a Quad HD display bearing phone.
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) and Galaxy J5 (2016) will be launched by carrier KT and will be available in two colours - black and gold color.
LG G5, which has got a slide out battery, is most likely to be priced above Rs 50,000.
Sony F3216 has a 21-megapixel rear camera and 16-megapixel front-facing camera.
The Mituwatch is specially designed and developed keeping the kids in mind.
Lenovo claims to have sold five lakh units K4 Note since its launch in India.
Along with Mi 5 smartphone, the 20000mAh Mi power bank will also be up for grab.
The Honor 5C runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and also houses a fingerprint scanner on the back.
Recently pictures of Moto G4 and G4 Plus were leaked.