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Friday, March 17, 2006

Googlezon gets a step closer? 

TechCrunch reports the launch of S3 (simple storage service) from Amazon. This is not a public facing service; you need to use REST or SOAP to access it and so it opens up the possibility that any Web 2.0 apps that need storage could just use S3. John Battelle reckons this and Google's PayPal-type service put Google and Amazon on a collision course.
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