Google Docs It Up Off The Cloud

At the Google I/O developers conference Thursday, the Mountain View, Calif., company said it would add the ability to work offline on its cloud-based offics apps Google Docs. That means people working offline can access the online docs. Th inability to use the docs offline seemed a stumbling block to users, according to Sharon Gaudin. The company also introduced the Chrome browser for the iPhone and the iPad, along with Google Compute Engine, a competitor to Amazon Web Services.

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