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

This past week started off with Apple declaring plans for their $100 billion cash bank balance, plus several rumours of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III. There were also a few tablet launches this past week and various app updates. Below are the top stories from the past seven days, plus some notable news from around the web:

– Sony Xperia S coming soon to Canada? [Read here]
– TELUS HTC One V with Sense 4.0 Hands-on (Video) [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 now available at Videotron [Read here]
– Rogers goes live with Nokia Lumia 900 pre-orders [Read here]
– New iPhone with LTE and micro dock connector coming in October? [Read here]
– Rogers launches the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE [Read here]
– TELUS releases the Huawei E397 Mobile Internet stick [Read here]
– Windows Phone Marketplace has over 70,000 available apps [Read here]
– Poynt brings GasBuddy to their app [Read here]
– Infographic: Canadian Mobile Industry Overview [Read here]
– TELUS rolls out new device trade-in program [Read here]
– WIND Mobile HTC Radar review (Video) [Read here]
– Bell planning to build cellphone towers that look like trees [Read here]
– Poll: How long should a carrier list a device as “coming soon”? [Read here]
– Acer Iconia Tab A510 has an estimated release date of April 6th [Read here]
– RIM loses top position in Canadian smartphone market share [Read here]

Around the web:
– NVIDIA wants to bring Kepler desktop GPUs to future “superphones” [PhoneArena]
– Walking and texting causes woman to fall off a pier [IntoMobile]
– Harrods exclusive white Bold 9900 with custom Swarovski case [CrackBerry]
– AT&T Not Planning To Offer Windows Phone 8107 Update [PocketNow]
– Panasonic Eluga gets official launch date in Japan and Europe [Engadget]
– Apple fighting Motorola, Nokia, and RIM over nano-SIM standard [TheVerge]