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

Busy week. RIM news. Nexus 4 news. App updates and app delays, plus a few new device launches. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past week, along with notable news from around the web:

– Nexus 4 coming to Fido “early February” [Read here]
– WIND Mobile changing up monthly rate plans again [Read here]
– Bell HTC 8S will be $279.95 outright, launching February 1st [Read here]
– Telus HTC One X upgrade to Jelly Bean now available [Read here]
– Canadians with hearing or speech impairments can text 911 during an emergency [Read here]
– BB10 “Last Chance Port-A-Thon” sees 19,071 apps submitted in 36 hours [Read here]
– Nokia Lumia 620 coming to Rogers this March [Read here]
– Rogers Nokia Lumia 920 now available in Red and White [Read here]
– Videotron launching the Nexus 4 on January 30th [Read here]
– Samsung Canada: Note II Jelly Bean update is now expected “early February” [Read here]
– Canadians: Google Nexus 10 back in stock at Google Play [Read here]
– Bell gives the BlackBerry PlayBook 4G its “End of Life” notice [Read here]
– MTS starts taking BlackBerry 10 pre-orders [Read here]
– White LG Optimus G coming to Rogers this February [Read here]
– Win a Windows Phone 8X by HTC! (Contest) [Enter here]

Around the web:
– BlackBerry Z10 priced at £480 sim-free by purported Carphone Warehouse [Engadget]
– Xperia Z Left Unbranded After Screen Protector Removal [PocketNow]
– HTC Butterfly to have companion ‘Mini’ handset available in China [AndroidCentral]
– Redesigning Google: how Larry Page engineered a beautiful revolution [TheVerge]