Heisa123 wrote:In short, they throw money away?
No they only own a technology their competitor won't get.
kpouer wrote:I don't think there is a "real" situation that is different from what we know.
Waze will remains the same for at least a few years, and you never know what will happens after.
Companies change their strategy, they may have an idea now of what they want to do with waze in the future but it may be completely different in two years.
Heisa123 wrote:Google buys waze for fun.
They change nothing and let waze compete with their own navigation?
In short, they throw money away?
Well I think this is a game of shareholders.
Earn lots of money.
Nothing wrong with that. If waze thinks that everything stays the same?
vince1612 wrote:@ The Waze Team - You're also getting a few comments on your Facebook Page about this. I've been responding to comments of worried people by pointing them here to read this forum. But I think you should also manage the comments or make a new post on there for people who don't use forums.
Angry italian guy on Facebook wrote:You have sold my work to google?
I don't like my work sell to google. I think tonight i will delete all road in my area.
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levin wrote:Congratulations to all Waze employees and management from all of us here, in the oldest Wazer community of them all, here in Israel.
It is very pleasing to see such innovation rising from a small Israeli community project to become a worldwide recognizable success.
We hope you will keep the Waze community spirit living inside Google, and keep improving Waze for us all.
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