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Over the past few months BlackBerry has been on a world tour showing off the new BlackBerry 10 operating system to celebrities, carriers, people of the media and other influential members of the public. Their latest stop was at the New York Times DealBook: Opportunities for Tomorrow Conference in New York City.
During the conference, BlackBerry CMO Frank Boulben and Vivek Bhardwaj, Head of Software Portfolio at BlackBerry, took the stage to demonstrate the new operating system. After the presentation conference attendees were eager to get their hands on the future of BlackBerry. Check out the video to hear some of their great responses.