With Google's soon-to-be former-CEO Eric Schmidt having made a series of unforgivably weird pronouncements on privacy, the Schmidt seems to have finally hit the fan, with Google now turning a not-so-new Page on the CEO position.
Google Wave, the latest monumental failure of the search giant to break new ground outside of its traditional boundaries was doomed from the start, according to tech analysts. Aside from being ill-defined, it faced an almost impossible uphill battle to carve a niche into the burgeoning social networking market dominated by Facebook, Twitter and others.
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