May 18, 2010

By Tony Bradley, PC World

The word is that Google will be taking advantage of the Google I/O conference–Google’s largest developer event of 2010–to unveil Google Storage for Developers. The cloud-based data storage service pits Google against similar services such as Amazon’s S3, but with a specific focus on developers.

More than 5,000 developers are gathering at San Francisco’s Moscone Center this week for Google I/O–featuring 80 sessions and over 100 demonstrations from developers showing off next-generaton Web, mobile, and enterprise applications built on Google platforms. That makes Google I/O an ideal forum for announcing Google Storage for Developers.

Google has offered cloud-based storage for some time as …

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