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The cloud-printing future is steamrolling its way into our lives one service at a time. FedEx Office locations now support Google Drive alongside pre-existing Box, Dropbox and Google Docs options for printing from the cloud.
Google mentioned the new feature on the Drive team’s Google+ page, directing interested parties to the FedEx website for more information. The logistics company lists the new integration for its Print & Go service, but an accompanying tutorial does not appear to have been updated yet.
Google Drive, which offers 5GB of free storage, first came online in April. Among the products vying for position in the emerging cloud services space, Google’s service has been viewed as more focused on corporate customers than individual consumers.
New features and services have been steadily arriving for Google Drive in the months since it went live. The Mountain View, Calif., company added photo sharing to Google+ not long after the initial release. More recently, Singaporean startup InSync launched a service that backs up and syncs email attachments to Google Drive.
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