Google Wave - Get Ready for the next big wave from Google
By: William Alexander in Trends Tutorials on 2009-06-01
Google Wave was a real-time communication and collaboration platform that was introduced by Google in 2009. It aimed to combine email, instant messaging, wikis, and social networking into a single integrated platform. Wave allowed users to create collaborative documents known as "waves" that multiple people could edit in real-time, see each other's changes as they typed, and communicate with each other through built-in instant messaging and video conferencing tools.
Despite being hailed as an innovative product, Google Wave failed to gain widespread adoption and was discontinued by Google in 2012. However, some of the technologies that were developed for Google Wave, such as real-time document collaboration and communication features, have been incorporated into other Google products such as Google Docs, Google Meet, and Google Chat.
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