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Live: Google I/O 2011 day one keynote, Music Beta site up

updated 12:00 pm EDT, Tue May 10, 2011

Google IO live coverage up as Music Beta ready

Google is kicking off the Google I/O conference with its day one keynote. The company is due to talk about its Music Beta service and may also hint at the finished Chrome OS as well as the future of Android. Check our live coverage page starting from 12PM Eastern for updates as they happen.

Simultaneous with the live event, Google has already posted its Music Beta site. The service is currently invite-only and is so far only shown to be available to the US. Hints exist that it will be a paid service for most users, as it will only be free for a "limited time." It's implied paid service will go live when the beta is finished.



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