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

Yet another busy week for Canadian mobile. New devices were announced: HTC One X+ and the Nokia Lumia 920. There were also a few Android updates, plus a bunch of new plans from most of the carriers. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the week, plus notable news from around the web:

– Rogers to release the Samsung Ativ S in November [Read here]
– LG’s Nexus device to feature wireless charging, quad-core processor [Read here]
– Rogers to exclusively launch the Nokia Lumia 920 “in November” [Read here]
– Bell and Virgin hop on the extra gig train [Read here]
– Rogers and Fido LTE coverage expanded [Read here]
– Microsoft to officially launch Windows Phone 8 on October 29th [Read here]
– Red Samsung Galaxy S III coming to Bell on October 9th [Read here]
– WIND Mobile releases $55/month Small Business plan [Read here]
– “Canadian Mobile Phone Throwing Championship” is happening October 13th [Read here]
– BlackBerry PlayBook upgrade to OS 2.1 now available [Read here]
– HTC One X+ coming to TELUS “this fall” [Read here]
– Apple remembers Steve Jobs with a short film [Read here]
– 124 “Target Mobile” retail locations are opening in Canada next year [Read here]
– ICS and Jelly Bean combine for 25% of total Android users [Read here]
– Complete pricing of the upcoming Rogers Motorola RAZR HD LTE [Read here]
– Bell and Virgin expand LTE network into Thunder Bay [Read here]
– Some Canadians complaining of iOS 6 WiFi bug [Read here]
– TELUS expands LTE network [Read here]

Around the web:
– Apple gives former MobileMe users an extra year of free iCloud storage [TheVerge]
– Motorola Has Killed Off Webtop And The Lapdock [AndroidPolice]
– Apple iOS 6 Maps Already Looking Better [PocketNow]
– Survey Finds Over Half of US Phone Owners “Impressed With BlackBerry 10” [Read here]