Posts Tagged ‘Google Wave’

The Hottest Tech Trend of 2010

Tuesday, December 29th, 2009

monitor3In 2009 people from every demographic seemed to become more tech-savvy than ever before. When the year began, technology like smart phones, apps, Facebook and Twitter existed, but they didn’t have the widespread acceptance and loyalty they currently enjoy. People of all ages and walks of life have become fascinated with these high-tech websites and gadgets.

Throughout the year millions of people created social networking accounts that allowed them to communicate with friends, family and complete strangers; purchased phones that were just as powerful as their computers and laptops; and downloaded apps that gave them the ability to do almost anything. One of the biggest buzz terms of 2009 was “real time” – people were suddenly able to learn all about anything, while it was actually happening.

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Riding The Google Wave

Thursday, October 8th, 2009

wavelogoPeople have been talking about Google Wave for a while now, even though only a small percentage of the population has actually seen it. One big question remains – will Google Wave change the way people communicate online?

Google Wave is poised to be an exciting new way to interact with other people. It’s said to be a combination of email, instant messenger, Wikipedia and social networking – and it all goes on in real time. Most people will have to try Google Wave for a while to completely understand what it does, but you can get the basic idea before it’s released to the general public. To start, think of Google Wave as an extension of your inbox…

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