If you're a Gmail user, there's good news: You can now send files as large as 10 gigabytes.
If you're a Dropbox investor or employee, though, that's bad news.
The Web-based email service now integrates with Google's Drive storage system, according to ReadWrite's Jon Mitchell.
Users don't have to do anything to take advantage of this new feature. When you attach a file, Gmail will double-check that your recipients have permission to view the files in Google Drive.