For the second time in two months, a top Lenovo executive said it was feasible that the consumer electronics maker could buy BlackBerry. Chief Executive Yang Yuanqing told a French newspaper that the acquisition "could possibly make sense, but first I need to analyze the market and understand what exactly the importance of this company is." AT&T confirmed Monday that the carrier would introduce BlackBerry's Z10 smartphone on March 22 with a $200 price tag. Wall Street Journal columnist Matthew Lynley questioned BlackBerry's pricing strategy, suggesting it is too high in a market awash in less-expensive smartphones.

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