Google invites users to join Wave trial

Google Wave, which combines email, instant messaging and wiki-style editing will go on public trial today.The search giant hopes the tool, described as “how e-mail would look if it were invented today”, will transform how people communicate online.It will be open to 100,000 invitees from 1600BST, each of whom can nominate five further people to “join the Wave”. see:Google Wave beta testing begins
Google Wave, a browser-based tool combines email, instant messaging and real-time interaction, is one of the most anticipated products to emerge this year.Today at 4pm BST the company will send out invitations to 100,000 users for further beta testing, including developers, people who signed up early and some users of Google Apps, it announced in a blog post. set to roll out Wave to 100,000 early users
Google Inc.’s highly anticipated communication and collaboration tool – Google Wave – is one big step closer to its first customer shipment.The company is inviting about 100,000 users and developers to preview the new technology, Lars Rasmussen, an engineering manager, and Stephanie Hannon, a group product manager at Google, said in a blog post today . The users and developers will get the invitations tomorrow, they said in the post.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.