Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week

Ian Hardy

February 14, 2016 7:05am

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.

– Sharing economy poll shows positive Canadian perception of Uber [Read here]
– Rogers increases Share Everything price plans in Quebec [Read here]
– These 3 mobile apps will change the way you drive [Read here]
– United Taxi is the first cab company in Ontario to offer in-car WiFi [Read here]
– Alberta police launch #CrotchesKill campaign against distracted driving [Read here]
– OnePlus 2 gets a $30 price cut, now only $449 CAD [Read here]
– Montreal-based Groove Music app acquired by Microsoft [Read here]
– Beck Taxi app now supports autopay functionality on iOS [Read here]
– LG G5 will have an ‘Always On’ display [Read here]
– Over half of Netflix subscribers would rather stay in and chill [Read here]
– Telus Q4 2015 earnings [Read here]
– Victoria driver crashes into police car while texting [Read here]
– GS7 preorders reportedly go live on Feb. 21 with free Gear VR [Read here]
– How to add multiple accounts to Instagram [Read here]
– SyrupCast 57: All Together Now [Read here]

  • Scott

    Koodo just raised their plan prices by $5