"We think GrandCentral's technology fits well into Google's efforts to provide services that enhance the collaborative exchange of information between our users," Google product manager Wesley Chan wrote in a post on the company's blog.
Over on GrandCentral's Web site, the company affirmed Google's acquisition and wrote that the search company will keep beta testing GrandCentral's service.
"Grand Central will remain operational, as will the site, while we integrate with Google. Google will continue to support uninterrupted service for all current GrandCentral customers," the company wrote.
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