More reports on Google Wave
Google has pronounced to close its support for its cross-platform communication tool Wave, BBC reports.
Wave is known to be a service which comes as a joint tool that was released last year, but currently has been ended due to a poor response in gaining customers.
It was an effort that was brought forward by brothers Jens and Lars Rasmussen, also known as the developers behind Google's popular maps feature.
Urs Holzle, a representative of Google claimed: "Wave has not seen the adoption we would have liked. We don't plan to continue developing Wave as a standalone product, but we will maintain the site at least through the end of the year and extend the technology for use in other Google projects."
Google wave was deemed as a failure offering as it allowed people to innovate and improvise eliminating the fear of being a failure. He modestly stated that the firm is happy to experience both crests and troughs in the business.
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