Great news for folks who won’t be able to attend the BlackBerry DevCon this year. For the first time ever, RIM will be broadcasting the presentation live on the internet. The company has just put up a landing page live for the webcast at the BlackBerry DevCon website. For folks keen on watching the live broadcast, you can tune into the BlackBerry DevCon page tomorrow (Tuesday, October 18th) when it kicks off at 8.30am PST.
The show is expected to be broken into two halves: big announcements in the first, and more technical/developer focused content after the intermission. RIM has been rumored to introduce BBX – the next generation operating system for its upcoming smartphones at the DevCon. The availability of a live broadcast seems to corroborate with the rumors. What do you think? Drop us your thoughts in the comments below.
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