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

It was Galaxy Note week, Galaxy Nexus week, and thankfully the first Windows Phone device launched as well! Here’s a list of the top stories from the past week, plus some other notable news from around the world:

– Rogers aims to bring LTE to 20 million Canadians “by the end of 2012″ [Read here]
– Galaxy S III will be unveiled “in the first half of the year” [Read here]
– Rogers Nokia Lumia 710 officially available [Read here]
– WIND and Mobilicity release the Galaxy Nexus [Read here]
– Rogers to release the Nokia Lumia 900 [Read here]
– Koodo Mobile to increase rate plans by $5/month [Read here]
– BlackBerry PlayBook dropped to $149.99 (16GB and 32GB) [Read here]
– LG Optimus LTE heading to TELUS [Read here]
– Google: Ice Cream Sandwich is running on 1% of Android devices [Read here]
– BlackBerry “London” pops up on leaked doc [Read here]
– HTC Radar “Coming Soon” to SaskTel [Read here]
– TELUS, Rogers, Bell will be releasing the Galaxy Note February 14th [Read here]
– Twitter for BlackBerry to become a BBM connected app [Read here]
– RIM creates 4 cartoon characters to spread the “Be Bold” message [Read here]
– Rogers LG Optimus 3D updated to Android OS 2.3.5 [Read here]
– Contest: Win a BlackBerry PlayBook [Read here]

Around the Web:
– webOS Enyo 1.0 now available to all [Engadget]
– Brandon Watson leaves Microsoft to head to Amazon [WMPU]
– Samsung and Corning strike a deal over OLED glass [PhoneArena]
– New Dropbox Beta For Android gives you 5GB Of Storage For Free [Android Police]
– Apple broadens Samsung lawsuit in Australia to 278 claims [TheVerge]