BlackBerry World conference now BlackBerry Live - May 14-16 in Orlando

BlackBerry Live
By Adam Zeis on 21 Jan 2013 02:44 pm EST

With the changing of BlackBerry App World to BlackBerry World, it left us wondering just what the annual conference in Orlando would be called. Keeping the BlackBerry World name there too would be a bit odd, but thankfully the folks at RIM are one step ahead and have renamed the conference as well.

BlackBerry Live is the new name and we're already digging it. The conference takes place in Orlando once again and will run May 14th to 16th. As always, there will be workshops, plenty of people to chat with, BlackBerry 10 goodness and much, much more. Stay tuned for more updates.

Source: Inside BlackBerry



It's like you read my mind, lol. I hope so, but maybe it will still be too early for the Aristo?


nah, they should do tht next year.


10" Tablet "Blackforest"?


My bithday 14th of May. :-)


Oh my, that's going to be one hell of a party this year. Stomach pumps at the ready. :D


CrackBerry should host a party for all members of the CrackBerry Nation at BB Live! What do you think?


I'd actually be able to go! It's not too far from me.


See you there - We will join you all the way from Denmark!

As always some announcements will be made. I heard plans for some of the enterprise stuff and the Aristo sounds as reasonable guess too.


Aristo seems like a smart bet at that time. You'll have all the momentum from the first BB10 devices leading to the first BB Phablet that does it all.


The difficult, we do immediately. The impossible takes a little while longer.


Looks like I'll be getting 2 new phones this year... Z10... then Aristo.


Go go blackberry live!


Same week as Google IO. Should be interesting to watch the press cover both.


I think RIM is trying to make a statement by having their event the same weekend as Google!.. Not everybody is on the google band wagon... GO Team BlackBerry!!!


Did anyone else notice how cheap this conference got this year? With an alumni discount it would only cost me $300 bucks, lol.