All the way back in 2010, Google announced that Google Wave was on its last leg, and then last November it said the web-based computing platform and communications protocol would become read-only, but today the service has been officially killed.
Well, users still have the rest of the day to export any important data. After tonight, however, all users must wave goodbye.
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- Google Chrome’s Matt Frost will give keynote at Streaming Media East 2012 (9to5google.com)