The tide has gone out permanently for collaborative inbox tool Google Wave
In an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, the co-developer of Google Maps and Google Wave, Lars Rasmussen, says that the social network is the place to be.
This week on Buzz, the best Clogging the Tubes ever, the end of Google Wave, and big, bad BlackBerry.
In 2009, Google Wave was Google's vision of the future of communication. With the debut of Google Buzz in February, that vision has competition.
The eBay economy for Google Wave invitations has been pretty healthy, with some fetching upward of $80 to $100.
Rafe Needleman gets his hands on the developer preview of Google Wave. Here's what it is and why it matters.
Google Wave is a great example of how innovation happens, and why it's not happening in enterprise software.
The search giant's ambitious Google Wave project has developers at Google I/O mulling the possibilities, and even comparing it to the iPhone.
Facebook has unveiled a new messaging system that pulls together email, IM and text messages. Did somebody say Google Wave?
The Net colossus is bolstering the Google Wave project by acquiring AppJet, a smaller rival with an online collaboration service. EtherPad will shut down in March.