In case you haven't heard, those Google geniuses are at it again. In September, you'll be able to browse to Google Wave, called a "personal communications and collaboration tool." This open-source, web-based wonder will let you combine your e-mail, instant messaging and social networking onto one personalized page on the web. Soon, you'll be communicating in "waves."
After the jump, take a look at the ten-minute presentation (it's well worth your time), and you'll see what makes Wave so revolutionary. It simply changes the way email, instant messages and social networking work, and gives you new ways to communicate with each other. It even lets you share files by dragging and dropping, and give any of your contacts access to them. It also works on mobile devices. This is going to be big: