According to Angus Kidman of ZDNet Australia, Microsoft has finally confirmed their long-rumored “Live Drive” service: an online offering from the Live.com series of services aimed at providing users online storage to be tightly integrated with the upcoming Vista operating system. Microsoft’s own John Hodgson confirmed that there will be multiple tiers of services but that the basic service would offer users 2gb of storage for free.
Before that happens, though, we’ll be given 4gb from Google’s identical rumored service. Then, after MS launches LiveDrive, Yahoo! will present us with 2gb in yet another online storage service.