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Thousands of developers and Google faithful are in San Francisco for the fourth annual I/O developer’s conference, where Google is expected to announce its much-anticipated, cloud-based music storage system. The 5,000 tickets for this year’s I/O sold out in 59 minutes, and the San Jose Mercury News reports that individual tickets were selling on eBay yesterday for as much as $2,950.

If you don’t have that kind of cash but are still curious, you can watch live streaming of keynotes here. And follow the live tweets.

Google I/O: Watch Live Video Streaming 10 May,2011Kelly Wilkinson

  • BeckiBoyd

    Music beta by Google is initially only being released for U.S. residents only who wish to sign up. As noted on The Official Google Blog, you will be able to upload your personal song collection to the service “cloud” and then access them from any Android device.