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Google Wave gets extensions

Google Wave gets extensions

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In summer 2009, Google launched Wave - a communications platform that seemingly everyone in the world clamoured for an invite to, then abandoned when they actually got an invite due to the platform's slow, slightly buggy and confusing nature. But the... >>

Google wave(s) hello to email alerts

Google wave(s) hello to email alerts

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Google has added email notifications to its Google Wave application hoping to entice more people to the service. The "collaboration" software that has so far failed to gain any real traction with users, is now able to notify those who have opted to... >>

Google acquires AppJet

Google acquires AppJet

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Google has acquired San Francisco-based AppJet in a move that's thought to be in order to bolster its Google Wave offering. AppJet offers "EtherPad", a kind of Google Docs rival that gives its users the ability to upload documents and collaborate on them... >>

Google makes Wave a little more Twittery

Google makes Wave a little more Twittery

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Google has introduced a couple of small changes to how its communication platform Wave behaves, in response to public demand. After users complained that public waves were clogging up inboxes, Google has tweaked the functionality so that waves are now... >>

Google apps getting more Wave-y interface?

Google apps getting more Wave-y interface?

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Could all of Google's web applications be getting an interface refresh that would make them more like Google Wave? Screenshots published by Engadget appear to suggest that may be that case, though it's not clear how far the changes are away. In Wave,... >>

Google Wave gets crowd-sourced user manual

Google Wave gets crowd-sourced user manual

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It's no secret that Google Wave is a little tricky to get your head around. When confronted with the Wave dashboard for the first time, many people scratch their heads and ask "uhh... what now?". Well, Gina Trapani and Adam Pash from productivity blog... >>

Google about to allow private Wave servers?

Google about to allow private Wave servers?

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Google Wave may be about to open up its servers for federation, if reports from TheNextWeb are correct. If true, it would mean that businesses and corporations will imminently be able to download everything they need to run their own Google Wave server.... >>

Google Wave users get more invites

Google Wave users get more invites

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It looks like Google is rolling out a second set of invites to Google Wave users. When logging in, users that have burnt through their initial five invites are finding that they've now been granted an additional twelve to dole out to whoever they like.... >>

Five things that Google Wave can do for you

Five things that Google Wave can do for you

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It certainly can't have escaped you that Google Wave has arrived but, whether you've managed to get an invite or not, what you might have missed is the point of the whole exercise. Yes, it's a new way of communicating, mixing e-mail, IM, extensions, gadgets... >>

VIDEO: First Google Wave desktop client arrives

VIDEO: First Google Wave desktop client arrives

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In our first-look review of Google Wave, we argued that - like Twitter - Wave needs applictions for it to be truly useful. The first of those desktop applications has arrived - albeit in a very limited state and only for Mac users. Waveboard is currently... >>