is poised to roll out a service to enable consumers store
content online, reports said, citing sources.
The move would pit the online search giant
against other players such as Dropbox and Box.
The service, to be called Google Drive, would offer consumers 5 gigabytes of storage for free, reports said, adding that it will charge for higher storage.
The service would let consumers store their personal information, from digital music to photos, on remote Internet servers and access the data any time with any device, such as smartphones, tablets and desktop computers.