Google has sent an email to users of its service Wave, basically a final eviction notice. We were all told to get whatever we may still need from the service as it will be turned off.
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This week the Google Labs team spawned a brain child of Wave, and it’s called Shared Spaces. Google Wave, whether you love it or hate it, was the first innovative product to really challenge the entire system of email collaboration. Last August Google said they were ending support for Wave, but by no means are […]
When Google Wave launched (May of last year), it was one of the most incredibly hyped products to hit the technology scene in years. That hype started when Vic Gundotra (Google VP of Engineering) showcased the new platform at the Google IO conference. Despite Google’s best efforts, however, to pull in user/dev adoption of the […]
Want a Google Wave invite? Guess what; you don’t need one! Google has brought the beta version of Google Wave out of the invitation phase and now anyone with a Google Account can start using it. You might ask, “What can you do with Google Wave?” Well, we are still trying to figure that out. […]
Although hundreds of thousands of invitations have gone out for Google Wave already, I’m still getting emails from some groovyReaders requesting invites. The forum topic for Google Wave Invites has also heated up a bit recently. So with all that in mind, I figured it would be appropriate to spin up a groovy Google Wave […]