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Google sets space for Web programs

April 09, 2008|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Google Inc. has started a service that lets outside developers of Web software store their programs on its computers free, seeking to match similar offerings from rivals such as Amazon.com Inc.

The trial service, which began Monday, has reached its limit of 10,000 developers, Google said. Each application will get a restricted amount of storage on Google's servers and enough processing power for as many as 5 million page views.

Shares of Google, based in Mountain View, Calif., declined $9.01 to $467.81.

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