Google I/O 2011 Keynote

Android 3.1 Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Google Music Beta, Movie rentals on the Android Market and a new milestone for daily Android activations. There was a whole lot of cool stuff packed into the Google I/O day one keynote, not to mention shiny new Galaxy Tabs for attendees.

Now you can relive the excitement and catch up on any details you might've missed, as Google has just uploaded a full video of the I/O 2011 day one keynote to YouTube. The keynote runs for 54 minutes, and is available for your viewing pleasure after the jump.

 

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Google I/O day one keynote video now available

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Some very cool looking stuff going on here, however.......It's all well and good having online movie rentals coming to Android Market, and also the nice looking Android Music beta, but all this data going in and out from the cloud is...A LOT OF DATA, and not everyone has unlimited internet at home or mobile, in fact NO ONE does as nothing is truly unlimited (at least it isn't here in the UK). So here's a question: With cloud based services becoming more and more popular and the norm plus the added data intensive services, how is "the cloud" going to cope with the ever growing demand, usage and storage needed? And in such short a time?

There are many other questions but I'll leave it at that one for now :P

Oh and also it's a shame they didn't show off a brand new version/interface and categorising/filter/sorting system for the mobile phone Android Market :(

yeah they need to improve the market.
but overall it was amazing. pretty excited for the new ideas soon to be developed and made for everyone

Unlimited data is the reason I'm with Sprint. What's the point of a data device if you can't use the data how you want to?

+1 I just hope that they don't change the plan. If they do, I hope that I can stay with the plan and not force a cap on me.

What has been shown here is great and can be used platform wise so I am happy with all this stuff coming for android. The future is what this is all about clearly android will be the future.

Awesome stuff, just awesome. I went back to college for mobile development and my look to the future is looking allot brighter. I will be going to I/O 2012.

Anyone notice the Apple laptop on the desk ~18 minutes in - when they were doing the demo of the smart focus ability when doing a VC with multiple people? :)