Google is aiming high — as in the cloud — with its latest service, Google Drive. The new offering is a service for data storage and retrieval that works much like Amazon S3, Dropbox, etc. Users can create, share, collaborate on and store a variety of content on their Google Drive accounts to be accessed from virtually anywhere, including on Macs, PCs and all Android mobile devices (see App Watch). The company built in Google Docs for real-time creation and collaboration on documents, spreadsheets and presentations, as well as other Google properties including Google+ and Gmail. The service starts at 5GB of free storage, with paid upgrades to 25GB, 100GB and 1TB.