BlackBerry Z10 lands during Galaxy hype

The new BlackBerry hits AT&T next week, a Seattle bar says it will ban Google Glass, and fresh apps debut at SXSW.

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AT&T will sell the BlackBerry Z10 on March 22, but Verizon and T-Mobile have yet to set a date. The Z10 is landing in the U.S. within a few days of the Samsung Galaxy S4 announcement. Photos posted on a forum hint that it could look like the Note, but we won't know for certain until the launch on Thursday.

Other stories in Monday's tech roundup:

- Electronic Arts is giving SimCity players a free game for their launch-week server troubles.

- A bar in Seattle is the first establishment to ban Google Glass.

- Developers are showing off fresh apps at the SXSW festival. Among the newbies: ProxToMe, Yappem and Takes.

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