ening May 14-16, 2013.

BlackBerry Live is all the amazing developer content you’ve come to expect – plus you’ll get to experience what we like to call “the big show”. We’ll be sharing the venue with enterprise developers, carrier partners, and more in Orlando  – showcasing the best that BlackBerry and our partners have to offer.

We’ll have more details on the session catalog, keynote

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BlackBerry 10 has launched – but that doesn’t mean we’re standing still. In the spirit of our Keep Moving Project, BlackBerry Jam Americas is not just moving dates – but we’re moving cities too. BlackBerry Jam Americas is part of our BlackBerry Live conference happening May 14-16, 2013.

BlackBerry Live is all the amazing developer content you’ve come to expect – plus you’ll get to experience what we like to call “the big show”. We’ll be sharing the venue with enterprise developers, carrier partners, and more in Orlando  – showcasing the best that BlackBerry and our partners have to offer.

We’ll have more details on the session catalog, keynote and other exciting things soon – but make sure you register today!

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10 talks on creatures from the deep

TED Blog

Edith-WidderImagine a squid so big that, when sprawled out, it is the size of a two-story house. Edith Widder has now seen this enormous ocean creature, once the stuff of nautical legend, six times.

[ted_talkteaser id=1684]In today’s talk, Widder shares how we now have filmed proof of the giant squid’s existence, thanks to a mission conducted by herself, Tsunemi Kubodera and Steve O’Shea and financed by the Japanese Broadcasting Corporation, NHK. While many previous missions failed to capture evidence of the giant squid, Widder and her fellow scientists used novel approaches — a camera platform that moves silently through the ocean, a bioluminescent electronic jellyfish to attract large sea creatures and a submersible able to take high definition footage from afar — to give us a glimpse of this mythical creature. In fact, they filmed it in action multiple times.

“How could something so big live in our ocean and…

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