Media reviews were mixed, but analysts tended to give high marks to BlackBerry's new Z10 smartphone, the company's first equipped with the BB 10 operating system. BlackBerry, however, received a universal thumbs down for delaying the device's launch until mid-March in order to allow carriers to test the handset. "Make no mistake, everyone's trying to pull the date in," CEO Thorsten Heins said. The platform will launch with about 70,000 applications but with some major apps missing.
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