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

Here’s a roundup of the top Canadian mobile stories from the past week, plus highlights from around the web:

– RIM kicked off their “JanuBERRY” contest [Read here]
– Nokia Lumia 900 with 12MP camera coming to other carriers, like T-Mobile [WPMU]
– Some Galaxy Nexus users experiencing random reboots [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy Note coming to Canada “mid-February” [Read here]
– Public increasing Unlimited Talk plan by $4/month February 9th [Read here]
– TELUS HTC Desire HD upgraded to OS 2.3.5 [Read here]
– Windows Phone update 7.10.8107.79 pushed out [Read here]
– Good Cause: Bell Let’s Talk day is February 8th [Read here]
– SaskTel Visual Voicemail now available to Android users [Read here]
– Mobilicity trimming corporate store locations down to 1 per city [Read here]
– 11 billion apps have been downloaded from the Android Market [Read here]
– “We just got Samsunged” [Read here]
– Various retailers fall victim to selling clay iPad 2s [Read here]
– Roam Mobility officially launches U.S. voice and data roaming service [Read here]
– Vancouver-based HootSuite reaches the 3 million user mark [Read here]
– Leaked Sony doc shows 11 new smartphones in 2012 [Read here]

Around the web:
– White Motorola RAZR Now Available For Pre-Order In the U.K. [PocketNow]
– Apple claims ownership of digital photography patents asserted by Kodak [AppleInsider]
– “RedPad”, the $1,600 tablet for Chinese officials [TheVerge]
– PayPal is aggressively expanding in-store payments to 2,000 retail stores [PhoneArena]
– BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9981 gets ripped apart by the FCC [CrackBerry]


  • Ian Hardy

    I still love Tetris and still the biggest fan of Tim Hortons in the world. Now into its tenth year, my focus at MobileSyrup is advertising and partnership and ensuring Canadians have a voice in the wireless market.