O'Reilly Will Stream Android Open

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For those who can't make it to the first Android Open conference this October 9-11, you can catch the live video stream of keynotes, interviews, and wrap-up reports here.

See the full schedule at http://androidopen.com/android2011/public/schedule/grid

From O'Reilly:

Android Open is the first event to cover the entire Android ecosystem growing around this new superstar mobile platform. Android has already changed the game for the wireless industry and disrupted business as usual. Our speakers will show you where Android is today, and where it's going tomorrow.

Watch the feed right here (visible when it becomes available):

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Thanks for the link man..

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Not a dollar short, too, I hope ;-}

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