The two tech titans are staging a quiet, intense battle for the low end of the the computer market, trying to lock users into their ecosystems with freebie cloud storage, while users enjoy gobs of capacity.
Google's latest 'blend online with offline' trick is automatically opening Google Drive files from the web with your desktop apps.
The product is an attempt to by Google to make its cloud services more interoperable the locally installed software you're already running on your machine.
Unlimited storage is a generous gesture that just might rope kids and campuses into the Google ecosystem, too.
Chromebook users can now cast videos stored in Google Drive to their Chromecast--as long as they're running the dev version of Chrome OS, that is.
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