BARCELONA: Eric Schmidt took to the stage once again at Mobile World Congress (MWC) and while there may have been a lack of product-based announcements, the Google chief had plenty to say.
The keynote started off with a demonstration of Chrome for Android and Schmidt also gave a glimpse into his vision for the future and how Google hopes to connect the next five billion people to the internet.
The highlight of the session was the Q&A session, where Schmidt tackled questions about all manner of topics from Android, privacy and regulation.
You can relive the highlights of the keynote in V3's live blog of the event from Barcelona below:
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