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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

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Google Wave – real time web communication

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Google Wave is ready, and more than 100,000 invitations are being sent out to users who had previously requested access to the web-based real-time communications service on a first-come, first-served basis.

Google Wave is a real time web-based application that combines multiple forms of communication, including chat, mail and wikis, into a unified interface that runs in one browser window. For example - you can even see a comment being made as the person is typing it, character by character.
Wave solves a unique problem for web users as we deal with the latency of web-based collaboration tools and real-time communications services. On one side, you have cloud-based document sharing, photo sharing, wikis, chat and other other services like Twitter and Facebook.

Wave was soft-launched in May with a public demo at Google’s I/O developer conference in San Francisco. Access was given only to early testers and developers at the time. Today, Google is still pushing Wave out gently, so even though well over a million people have asked for access, Google is only honoring a fraction of the requests. We hope that Wave is not too buggy so the final release will see the day really soon.

Read more and watch the presentation here.

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Sency said...

the real time web is hot and these technologies will only make the industry hotter... recently launched and it offers a few twists to the real time web space