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Google Photos Will Soon Solve All Your Storage Needs

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Google is ready to store your personal photo stash — and you won’t have to log into Google+ to make it happen.

Google Photos, as the new service is called, will premiere today at the tech giant’s annual developer conference in San Francisco, according to TechCrunch. The new digital photo album has been rumored for weeks.

Here’s what TechCrunch has been able to glean so far:

Google Project Aims to Make Street Art Immortal

Chilean artist INTI on Reynoldstown Crossing, Atlanta, Georgia, for Living Walls 2013.
Chilean artist INTI on Reynoldstown Crossing, Atlanta for Living Walls 2013.Joshua Gwyn—Living Walls
3ttman Living Walls
French artist 3ttman in Summerhill, Atlanta for Living Walls 2013.Joshua Gwyn—Living Walls
Street Art El Seed It Impossible
Street artist eL Seed's It impossible, Cape Town, South Africa. Kent Lingeveldt—Itinerrance Gallery
Artist: eL SeedTitle: Lost Wall - Star Wars Film Set Location: Onk el Jmel, TunisiaCredit: Itinerrance gallery / eL Seed
Street artist eL Seed's Lost Wall on the Star Wars film set in Onk el Jmel, Tunisia. Ouahid Berrehouma—Itinerrance Gallery
Dal East Street Art
Abiding In The Broken Heart by DALeast in Malaga, Spain, 2013. Courtesy CAC Málaga
JR Street Art Brazil
French street artist JR's Women Are Heroes dominates the Morro da Providencia favela, one of Brazil's most dangerous, in Rio de Janeiro, August 20, 2008. Vanderlei Almeida—AFP/Getty Images
Vhils Street Art
The artwork of Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils decorates the walls with faces that represent the people who live in Providencia, the oldest slum in Rio de Janeiro, Nov. 29, 2012. Luiz Claudio Martins Baltar—Flickr/Getty Images
Vhils Street Art
The face of a woman who used to live in the demolished residential block is seen carved into a remaining wall by street artist Vhils and his team in Shanghai on March 1, 2012. Niu Yixin—EPA
Street Art Mark Baretto
A piece by Mark Barretto, a Filipino artist currently living in Dubai, created during a return visit to Cavite, Philippines. Mark Barretto—Filipino Street Art Project
C215 em Lisboa.
French street artist C215's work on the Calada da Pampulha in Lisbon. JosŽ Vicente—Departamento de Patrim—nio Cultural
Street Art In The East End Of London
A piece of Roa's rodent series in the East End of London, Nov. 15, 2011.Matthew Lloyd—Getty Images
Street Art Chile
Carnaval Latinoamericano by Charquipunk and La Robot de Madera in San Miguel, Chile. Managers Open Air Museum in San Miguel: Mixart Cultural Center
Street Art Stik Thierry Noir
Thierry Noir and Stik's historic collaboration on The Village Underground Wall in Shoreditch, London, February 2013.Thierry Noir and Stik

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