Top Canadian stories from the past week, plus other news from around the web

Ian Hardy

April 21, 2013 9:14am

The past seven days were busy! The HTC One finally became available in Canada, plus the Samsung Galaxy S4 officially went up for pre-order through many Canadian carrier. In addition, a few OS updates and carrier LTE expansions. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past week, along with notable news from around the web.

– HTC One now available in Canada [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy S4 first impressions [Read here]
– BlackBerry is now the official smartphone of Canadian Tire [Read here]
– Pre-order for the Samsung Galaxy S4 now available [Read here]
– Twitter #Music app for iPhone now available [Read here]
– TELUS: Galaxy S4 will have “additional color options to follow later this year” [Read here]
– Amazon Appstore for Android to be available in Canada “in the coming months” [Read here]
– Credit unions release the “Deposit Anywhere” app [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 now available in Canada [Read here]
– Google now activating 1.5 million Android devices per day [Read here]
– 5-inch BlackBerry Z10 like device coming later this year [Read here]
– Facebook Home rolled out to Canadians along with Chat Heads update for iOS [Read here]
– TELUS offering select GS4 pre-order customers a $50 credit to delay shipping [Read here]
– Nexus 4 now available at TELUS and Koodo [Read here]
– Bell puts the BlackBerry Q10 up for pre-order [Read here]
– Updated Google Play Store now rolling out to Canadians [Read here]
– HTC One Review (Video) [Read here]

Around the web:
– Geeksphone Keon takes Firefox OS to the FCC [Engadget]
– Per Email Notifications & Vibration Shows Up in BlackBerry 10.1 Beta [BerryReview]
– Google “One Today” Helps Android Users Make a Difference [PocketNow]
– First Google Glass users share their experiences [AndroidAuthority]

  • chad

    Breaking news!!!….. Lg to realese nexus 4S with lte capabilities and 32g memory .