Top mobile stories from the past week

This past week was almost as busy as the week when Google acquired Motorola Mobility. An incredible amount happened in mobile, everything from new device announcements, new OS (specifically Android 4.0), manufacturer apologies and historic sales numbers. The next few weeks will even get busier as the carriers will unload their new phones for the holiday season. Here’s a rundown of the top stories from this past week:

– Samsung and Google announce the Galaxy Nexus – yes, it’s coming to Canada! [more here]
– Android OS 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is demoed [more here]
– Motorola’s Android Motorola RAZR announced, pictured above & Rogers launching in November [more here]
– iPhone 4S sales pass 4 million [more here]
– RIM decides to give $100 worth of free app to customers for recent service outage [more here]
– Bell will release the LG Optimus LTE as the LG Eye [more here]
– Rogers releases the HTC Jetstream, Canada’s first LTE tablet [more here]
– Samsung confirms the Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE is coming to Canada [more here]
– 1 week with Siri, our iPhone 4S review [more here]
– Steve Jobs bio available Monday, he says that “I’m going to destroy Android” [more here]
– TELUS will release the Samsung Galaxy S II X on October 28th [more here]
– Our latest poll, “Which device are you most excited to get your hands on?”, currently has 60% saying the Galaxy Nexus [more here]

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