Video: Google I/O 2011 Day One Keynote

If you’ve been kicking yourself for missing out on the Google I/O 2011 Day One Keynote, you’ll be happy to hear that Google has just posted their full-form keynote video for all you Android fans to enjoy. The keynote, which ended earlier today, focused on all things Android, and served up some interesting sneak peaks at the future of the Google mobile operating system. From confirmation that Android 3.1 Honeycomb OS would bring a slew of new features to tablets like the Motorola XOOM to mouth-watering details about the upcoming Android Ice Cream Sandwich release, the Day One Keynote most definitely delivered on the promise of cool new tech coming out of Mountain View, CA.

The video you see below should fill you in on the details that we may have missed in our live blog. In fact, you might want to watch the video as you read our live blog. We’ve got some valuable pieces of insight in the live blog that might help you make more sense of what you’re watching in the video. (ps. the image above will make more sense once you watch the first few minutes of the video)

  • Joeye1

    Nothing special at all, AirPlay for music only, USB and bluetooth enabled devices, imovies, movie rentals, all things the iPhone has had. The only new thing is the cloud streaming.

    • The cloud seems to change everything, actually.

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