According to the Wall Street Journal, Google has two new products in the works that would have the Internet giant branching out into two new areas. The first is a home entertainment system that would stream music wirelessly throughout your home, or anywhere else that you decide needs some tunes. The device is expected to be powered by the Android operating system, and could even be used to stream content other than music. More details should come to light as time goes on, and an official unveiling is expected sometime later this year.
The second product is rumored to be a storage solution similar to Dropbox that will be called Drive. Drive will accommodate all types of data, from photos to documents, that will be stored on Google servers and accessible from any Internet connected device. It is expected to be free for personal and some business use, while users who require more storage will likely have to pay for it. The service is expected to be priced competitively with services such as Dropbox, and should be announced within the next few weeks or months.