Google has cut pricing on its BigQuery cloud-based analysis system, reducing charges from 12 US cents per GB per month to 8 US cents. The service has also expanded its query limit and added new features; check out Google's developer blog for details. [Google Developer Blog]
Google BigQuery Cuts Prices
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