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Google Docs bumps up free storage to 5GB, primes servers for Drive?

Mat Smith, @thatmatsmith
April 24, 2012
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Is space at a premium in your Google Docs folder? Good news from Mountain View, then, as it's just stealth-increased the storage allowance for its cloud-based document editor. Unfortunately, anyone that's already plumped for a paid extension of their Google Docs storage won't see an extra 5GB on top. This new storage limit also tallies with what we're expecting to see from Google Drive -- presumably pretty soon.

[Thanks Kenji]

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