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May 30, 2009 / Raffy Pekson II

Google does E-mail, Instant Messaging, Wiki and Nanoblog in One App

Google recently presented their new app called “Google Wave” at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco. It incorporates existing features of GMail and many things people can do with online social networking sites. According to a CNet.com report, Google Wave is an attempt to “combine conversation-type communication and collaboration-type communication,” said Lars Rasmussen, who launched the project with his brother Jens after Google acquired their mapping start-up in 2004. It’s like Twitter, FriendFeed and Facebook all in one, besides GMail. “A user creates a “wave” by typing a message or uploading photos and adding contacts to the wave as they see fit.” Google Wave will be released as a preview to developers so that it could get feedback on how to improve it. The public version will be released sometime mid or late this year but no commitments have been given by Google.

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