May 10 AT 9:28 PM Sean Riley 4 Comments

Google I/O 2011 day one keynote is available on YouTube

We tried to catch all the juicy tidbits from the keynote this morning for you, but if you prefer to hear about all the latest and greatest direct from the Googlers themselves you can now do so at your leisure via the magic of YouTube.

Here are the time codes for some of the highlights if there is anything specific you wanted to check out and hit the links for our own coverage.

What was your favorite moment from the keynote or announcement of the day? Anything they missed or glossed over that you were really hoping to see?

Source: Google Developers YouTube

Sean has been with Android and Me for over 4 years and covering mobile for the last 5. He occasionally muses about gadgets and tech outside of the Android universe at Techgasms.

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  • http://Website eid3tic

    Yes, I was hoping for a tablet to all the people streaming at home :P

  • http://Website Richard Yarrell

    I must say so myself this was a great 1st day’s keynote. The future of android looks great for many years to come. I am happy about that

  • http://www.reverbnation.com/thegreenjacket rhY

    Or you could just download a torrent of a movie in HD and watch it whenever, indefinitely, on whatever device you want, and for free.

    Good try though, and some of the other updates look good.

    Not that it matters if you don’t release source code and update to GPLv3. You’re still evil if you don’t do both of those things.

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    Google I/O 2011 recap: Chromebooks, Music Beta, Movies and more

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