In Case You Missed It – Eric Schmidt at Web 2.0 Summit [VIDEO]

Those of you upset that you missed yesterday’s Web 2.0 Summit where Eric Schmidt talked about the future of Google, Android, and other related topics, should worry no more.  A YouTube version of the video has landed online where you can catch all 45 minutes.  It starts off with a bang as Eric talks Gingerbread and future unnamed devices from unnamed handset makers.  In other words, he shows off the Nexus S, if only briefly.

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4 Comments

  1. Bianca
    November 16, 12:42 Reply

    :-)

    I just really liked the LOLSchmidt

  2. TheGoodAir
    November 16, 13:07 Reply

    Anyone else notice the screwy soft keys at the bottom? Home is on the far right? Back button on far left?! Wish they could standardize this stuff.

    • ravidavi
      November 16, 16:56 Reply

      Um, there are only 4 buttons. You’re acting as if they’re trying to release a car with the gas/brake pedals reversed. If it takes your brain more than 5 minutes to acclimate to a particular layout, then you’re too slow to be using that phone.

  3. MagicMike
    November 17, 00:03 Reply

    “You can’t has yet?”

    I still don’t understand why speaking like this is considered funny or cool…

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