News bites: New products and programming

Google is close to unveiling its new Google Drive cloud storage service, TheNextWeb reports. Google Drive will bring the company into competition with the popular DropBox application. 

Ars Technica has the story of the shutdown of an online "one-stop shop" for illicit drugs that evaded detection and hindered investigations for two years by using the popular Tor anonymity service. 

Online video service Hulu, which began as a repository for network-owned television shows and some movies in an attempt to stanch the bleeding caused by file sharing, is adding original programming developed for the online service, The New York Times reports.

Microsoft announced details on the various editions of its upcoming Windows 8 that will be made available on many different platforms, CNet reports.