If you were too distracted by Apple's sneaky marketing tactics on Tuesday, Google did in fact have a keynote at Mobile World Congress. You didn't know? Executive Eric Schmidt put himself in front of a Barcelona crowd where much of the focus was on what the future holds for technology as a whole. "Technology could advance in ways that are unimaginable today," Schmidt said. As an example, he imagined how businesses might one day send tiny robots on trips in place of humans. (Not sure if that would improve or worsen international relations.)

Schmidt and co. cover quite a bit in the hour presentation, from Chrome on Android, to cloud technology for consumers and businesses. There's also an insightful Q&A session at the end. Check out the video and let us know what in particular stands out in Google's keynote.

[via The Verge]