Google will add data to developers' hard drives for a flat fee

06/18/2013 | TechCrunch

Google is offering a service to developers to add data to their hard drives for a flat fee. For $80, developers can send their drives to Google so data can be imported, saving the time it takes for huge amounts of data to upload. Developers can then access the data via Google Cloud Storage, Frederic Lardinois writes.

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