Google posts full I/O 2013 keynote video

Google posts full I/O 2013 keynote video
The Google I/O 2013 conference has been an exciting event for developers and despite the lack of a major announcements, and not even a word about new Android versions, it’s been extremely interesting to follow how Google updates its core applications and speaks about its view on the future.

There were over 6000 people in attendance at Google I/O 2013 and over 1 million watching on YouTube. We saw Google senior Vice President Vic Gundotra kick off the event, later on followed with appearances by Android and Chrome head Sundar Pichai and many more.

And probably the most fascinating part of the keynote was the appearance of Google chief executive Larry Page. Page spoke about his issues with vocal cord paralysis a couple of days ago on Google Plus, and was greeted with a huge ovation from the crowd. His message that the industry should focus on what to build next and not on petty wars came out extremely strong. If you want to take a look at all that and you missed it yesterday, the full nearly 4-hour video of the conference is right below. Catch up.

source: GoogleDevelopers

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