While it might seem unfair to those of us poking along at a few tens of megabits per second, Kansas City residents are getting a second chance to sign up for Google Fiber, the company posted today.
An early entrant in the enterprise social network market, Jive Software is broadening its offerings and integrating them with a bevy of other social networks and applications.
If you spend a lot of time in Google Drive documents, you’ll appreciate this update
Today Microsoft has improved SkyDrive further, and this time it’s focusing on making its web interface better and smarter.
Enterprise cloud storage startup Egnyte already has ties to Google, but now it gets closer with deep Google Drive integration.
Shockingly, most people didn’t want a social network in their email inbox, so the experiment that consisted of Google taking your inbox and insta-poofing a social network into sudden awkward existence never had a prayer of upsetting Facebook, Twitter, or even MySpace.
Google has modified its cloud storage allocation for regular users of its services so they now share 15GB of free storage across Gmail, Drive, and Google+ Photos.
Google is working to release a new note-taking app called Keep and it could seriously challenge Evernote, the king of note-taking applications.
With the addition of spreadsheet editing, Google Drive is finally becoming useful for power users.
With the latest update, Google is bringing Gmail and Drive a lot closer together.
Google has taken its integrations one step further and made it incredibly easy to share files from Google Drive to Google+.
Searching Gmail sucks, and we all know it. Google knows it too, which is why the company released an “expanded” search feature today that not only helps you find emails within Gmail, but also pulls relevant results into Google searches.
Alternative cloud storage startup Symform has raised $11 million to store your files in tiny fragments on hard drives all over the world.
Google’s long-anticipated file-sharing service, Google Drive, may have a lot in common with Google Docs, and might even have the same features.
Google’s long-rumored cloud storage solution, Drive, has been spotted on one user’s account. Not surprisingly, it looks about the same as Google Docs and a handful of the company’s other online services.