September 23, 2008
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Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page took a few minutes out of their busy days to stop by the official T-Mobile G1 launch event in New York. Check out what they had to say below. Of particular interest is Sergey’s story about the first Android app he wrote for the device – a program that measures the time the phone spends airborne when it is tossed into the air!

The live video was shot by Michael Oryl from our parent site, MobileBurn.com.

Video after the jump:

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