Simpson said the online sync and share product is in the security sphere, as people want to securely share documents across different platforms. AVG will allow users to store up to 5GB of material free. A paid version will allow more storage, but pricing hasn't been released yet, he said.
LiveKive will be released to a select group of beta testers next week, with the full product eventually released to Apple's App Store and Google's Android Market.
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