Google Plans Service to Store Users' Data - WSJ.com
Compare this from the article announcing Google's plans:
The service could let users access their files via the Internet from different computers and mobile devices when they sign on with a password, and share them online with friends.
With this from the Windows Live Skydrive Site:
Now, in case your are interested in storing data online and sharing data, no need to wait. You can get started with SkyDrive today.
Feel free to comment :-) I'm sure you can find some examples you believe Skydrive might be copying from.
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Nicolas Carr is right about Google's innovation being overhyped. Just like my employer (Microsoft), they innovate, acquire and embrace.
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Uh, how about .Mac, which was offering virtual storage back in 2000 under the name iTools?
Ted, that's right. I believe it's actually mentioned in the article. Wasn't it a paying model except for the first 100mb?