Google is introducing a new feature for its Google Docs which will facilitate the process of uploading of the users’ files from their desktops to the cloud, chiefly for the purpose of collaboration and sharing.
A recent post on the Official Google Blog has revealed that the new feature will be gradually rolled out to all Google Docs users over the coming few weeks.
Google, the internet search engine giant, has taken the unusual and unexpected step of applying for approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission with the aim to become an electricity marketer, which would essentially provide the company with the authority to buy and sell bulk power at market rates, just like large utilities and energy traders do.
With reports galore that Google will likely release its Android-based ‘Nexus One’ smartphone at a press conference at its Mountain View, California, headquarters on January 5, the indications thus far point to a full T-Mobile network support, including its 3G network, for the first Google mobile device.
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