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

This past week was relatively slow, but there was still an ample amount of news. Fresh devices were released in Canada, such as the BlackBerry Curve 9320 on WIND and TELUS, and Bell released the ATRIX HD LTE. Public Mobile came out swinging this week with a new Unlimited music offering called “Siren.” Below are the top stories from the past week, plus a notable news from around the web.

– Rogers Motorola Defy Pro pricing revealed [Read here]
– Bell releases the Motorola ATRIX HD LTE for $600 outright [Read here]
– Koodo to exclusively launch Prepaid services with Walmart Canada [Read here]
– Motorola Canada feels that “something… awesome… is coming” [Read here]
– Public Mobile launches the Android-powered ZTE N860 for $249 [Read here]
– Bell LG Optimus 4G LTE upgrade to ICS now available [Read here]
– Huawei Ascend P1 Review (video) [Read here]
– Nokia and Microsoft to unveil new WP8 device on September 5th [Read here]
– LG Optimus L3 coming to Fido [Read here]
– Public Mobile launches Unlimited Music service called “Siren” [Read here]
– RIM will eventually release six BlackBerry 10 smartphones [Read here]
– WIND Mobile Q2 2012 results: Subscriber base now at 456,886 [Read here]
– TELUS releases the BlackBerry Curve 9320 [Read here]
– Rogers Lumia 900 update brings improved performance, fixes purple tint issue [Read here]
– Samsung has sold more than 10 million Galaxy Notes worldwide [Read here]
– Screen resolution on the first BlackBerry 10 device will be 1280 x 768 [Read here]
– WIND releases the BlackBerry Curve 9320 [Read here]
– Bell increasing Mobile TV overage rates August 21st, new customers only [Read here]
– Rogers Acer Iconia Tab A501 upgrade to ICS now available [Read here]
– Contest: Win a Bell Motorola ATRIX HD LTE [Enter here]

Around the web:
– Apple responds to iPhone text message spoofing [Engadget]
– Motorola And Verizon Planning Press Event For September 5 [PocketNow]
– Google Play Store Gift Cards May Land In Stores On August 26th [AndroidPolice]
– Google’s Motorola Files New Patent Case Against Apple [Bloomberg]
– RIM Offers Dev Alpha Owners Free Passes to BlackBerry Jam Americas 2012 [BerryReview]