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Google Wave on the Nokia N900

15 October 2009Entry by

Google WaveI don’t know if some of you are familiar to this new technology that Google is introducing to us these days. So if you aren’t aware of this, please read first the title at the end of this post about Google Wave.

For all we that are expecting to have access to use this gorgeous tendency, I’m sure that this news makes you desire even more a Nokia N900. A few days ago, I saw a video about Google Wave running on the Nokia N900, but the quality wasn´t too good and it didn´t actually show it running. So I wasn’t too confidence about it, that´s why I decided to wait. Finally, someone uploaded a new video about the same news, but showing it running. It was worth to wait for. I don’t want to bore you no more with too many words, just look!


Google Wave

They introduce this as the revolution of the email, and a quick definition would be the one on the official web page: “Google Wave is an online tool for real-time communication and collaboration. A wave can be both a conversation and a document where people can discuss and work together using richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more”. If you have some time (like an hour), you can go to the official Google Wave web page and see the long video where they explain it and show the function of this new technology. The main idea is that most of the communication technologies have evolved such as SMS, Twitter, Face book, etc. but the email hasn’t. So Google Wave is the solution. I highly recommend seeing what it is all about because in my opinion they are making history and I don´t think I am overreacting.


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