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Google Wallet lets you attach cash as a Gmail attachmentA new attachment option in Gmail lets you add real money, through Google's Wallet system, which up until now has been all about NFC tap-and-pay stuff. Just click the $ symbol at the bottom of the email and type in the amount, and it'll come off your credit card. Pretty nifty! For the moment it'll only work with US dollars, sent within the US. Google Hangouts unifies all its chat appsGoogle+'s Hangouts video chat feature has been tapped to take over all the chat functions of every Google service, including Gmail chat and Google Talk. Hopefully this merger will make it much simpler.

Billy Idol was there!The first night saw a huge party, featuring the ageing punk and a gigantic robot arm, controlled by speck presidio grip iphone x tough case - eclipse blue / carbon black a guy with an electronic glove (pictured above), Here's a handy three-minute roundup video from our chums at CNET.com, If you want to relive the whole thing, CNET's live blog is here, What do you think of that avalanche of news? Is Google going in the right direction? What would you like to see? Feel free to muse in the comments below, or over on our keynote Facebook page, The three-hour keynote speech at Google's I/O developer conference last night was a sprawling epic -- here's the most interesting stuff..

His soft voice, the result of his recently disclosed medical condition, stood in sharp contrast to the bombast and excitement that preceded him. Dressed in a red T-shirt and jacket, Page seemed small on the suddenly empty stage. For most of his time up there, an image of the Earth as viewed from space at night rotated behind him. "Technology should do the hard work, so people can get on doing the things that make them happiest in life," Page said. "Imagine how self-driving cars will change our lives and the landscape," he said as he extolled the virtues of his company's own work on automated vehicles. There will be "more green space, fewer parking lots, greater mobility, fewer accidents, more freedom, [and] fewer hours wasted behind the wheel of the car," he said.

He forgot to mention a fluffy bunny for every home, but at least on the count of better living through tech Page is right, The promise of technology, of life made easier speck presidio grip iphone x tough case - eclipse blue / carbon black by building better tools, has driven humanity since long before Charles Babbage built his analytical engine, Wherever the audience questions took him, Page returned to the theme of the technology-driven utopia, But he also had sharp words for those who stood in the way of Google's vision, and at no point acknowledged any legitimate criticisms of the company..

Owning the bully pulpit and preaching to the Google faithful, he took a pot shot at the health insurance industry for sinking Google Health. "I asked, why are people so focused on keeping their medical history private, the answer is probably insurance. That makes no sense. We should change the rules," he said. Google's progress in health care will come in areas where there are "technological levers" like DNA sequencing, he explained. Page also commented more specifically about the behemoths in the tech industry. Of his company's entrenched legal battle with Oracle over the use of Java in Android, he sounded an optimistic but reserved tone. The audience laughed when he said, "We've had a difficult relationship with Oracle, including having to appear in court." He added, "We'd like to have a cooperative relationship, [but] money is more important to them than having any kind of collaboration.. we'll get through that just fine. Just not in the easy way."He took a similar approach to discussing open standards. "I think we've been really excited about the Web, being birthed from it. We've really invested a lot in the open standards," Page said, and then in his next sentence complained about being "sad" at "the industry's behavior.""If you just take something as simple as instant messaging, we've had an offer forever that we'll operate on instant messaging. Just this week, Microsoft took advantage to interoperate with us, but not the reverse. You need to have interoperation, not people milking off of one company for their benefit."It's hard to square comments like those against his next sentence, "I've been sad the industry hasn't been able to advance those things because a focus on negativity and zero-sum games," because Google's actions often belie that message.