By Anton D. Nagy | September 11, 2011 2:54 AM
Microsoft’s SkyDrive currently offers 25GB of free online storage for all those who want to place data in the cloud and be able to access it from anywhere. It looks like Redmond is planning on offering unlimited storage for pictures and documents on the SkyDrive.
According to LiveSide, Microsoft’s SkyDrive will offer unlimited storage space for all Office documents, unlimited storage space for all photos, and 25 GB of free storage for everything else. There are no other details regarding an actual release or roll-out date but since Microsoft is preparing to launch Mango (and rumors of a SkyDrive app coming too), our guess is that it will be sooner than we imagine. How’s that for automatic uploading of unlimited pictures?