Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week

Ian Hardy

January 31, 2016 7:27am

Every week we bring you the latest in Canadian mobile news. Listed below is a quick overview of the top stories from the past seven days.

– BlackBerry launches month-long sale and bundles free accessories [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy S7 rumoured to manage 17 hours of video playback [Read here]
– HTC One M10 to include improved camera and impressive screen [Read here]
– PC Financial overhauls iOS app [Read here]
– The best connected home security cameras [Read here]
– Why iOS 9.3 is such a big update for the iPhone and iPad [Read here]
– Apple Watch Hermès now shipping online, available in Canada [Read here]
– Rogers Roam Like Home expands to China, India, Russia, others [Read here]
– Apple Q1 2016 results [Read here]
– Rogers Q4 2015 earnings [Read here]
– Apple introduces new $0.99 pricing tier for apps in Canada [Read here]
– Why the iPhone 5se will be great for upgrade-shy Canadians [Read here]
– OnePlus X goes invite-free forever [Read here]
– Nexus 5X receives additional $50 price drop, now starts at $389 CAD [Read here]
– Uber fully legalized in Edmonton, the first Canadian city to do so [Read here]
– SaskTel and Videotron change plans [Read here]
– Here’s the best look yet at the Samsung Galaxy S7 [Read here]
– Gold ‘champagne’ Nexus 6P headed to Canada on February 4 [Read here]
– NHL and Twitter team up for All-Star Weekend hashtag emoji [Read here]
– Apple could release wireless iPhone charging technology in 2017 [Read here]
– Rogers finally launches Shomi app for the PS4 [Read here]
– Chipolo vs. TrackR vs. Tile vs. Wuvo [Read here]