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 Google sets Wave free

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Date posted: 23/05/2010

Google on Wednesday opened to the world an innovative Wave communications platform that liberates people from the constraints of traditional email.

"We are going to open up Wave to everyone today," Google Wave team chief Lars Rasmussen said as the California-based Internet giant's annual developers conference got underway in San Francisco.

"Wave really shines as a place to get work done."

Google has been testing Wave in an invitation-only beta mode for about eight months and has heralded its potential to turn email into a powerful tool for collaborative exchanges that ramp up productivity.

People can sign up for Wave online at wave.google.com.

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