BlackBerry Live 2013 kicks off today in Orlando. You can catch CEO Thorsten Heins’ keynote presentation tomorrow morning via live stream beginning at 2 p.m. on the BlackBerry Live website: blackberrylive.com. Thorsten will be joined by other BlackBerry executives on stage as he talks about the power of true mobile platforms and how BlackBerry innovations in mobile computing, platform management and BlackBerry 10 are empowering the future of mobile.
Following the live presentation, the keynote will be posted to the Blackberry’s YouTube channel at: youtube.com/blackberry.
You’ll also be able to tune in tomorrow evening for The Keep Moving Experience produced by Alicia Keys, which includes performances by Alicia Keys, Alabama Shakes, Miguel, Maria Gadú, and Cedric Gervais. Live performances from Universal Studios will be available via webcast beginning at 7:30 p.m at blackberrylive.com.
Throughout BlackBerry Live, we’ll be sending you news and updates. BlackBerry and partner news will be posted online on the Virtual Press Office along with images that you can use to illustrate your coverage. You can also follow all the BlackBerry Live action on Twitter. Check out @BlackBerryNews, @BlackBerry, @BlackBerry4Biz and @BlackBerryDev for the latest news and updates.
We’ve also got Tolu Ogunlesi from Nigeria at the event so you may want to keep an eye on his twitter handle – @ToluOgunlesi for updates from the event.