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

These past seven days saw everything from new area codes, device delays and launches, and AWS compatible iPhone, BlackBerry Z10 shipping numbers, and a few OS updates. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the last week, plus notable news from around the web:

– BlackBerry Q10 to be released in Canada this April [Read here]
– New Rogers unlock policy now in effect [Read here]
– TELUS to release the Nexus 4 [Read here]
– Bell Novatel Wireless MiFi 2 Review [Read here]
– Canada’s first Mobile Interac Flash debit transaction occurred this week [Read here]
– Finally, an AWS-compatible iPhone [Read here]
– BlackBerry has shipped 1 million BlackBerry Z10s [Read here]
– Rogers expanding LTE network to 44 new markets [Read here]
– Welcome Home: Using the BlackBerry Z10 For Travel [Read here]
– Ability to redeem promo codes finally coming to BlackBerry World [Read here]
– New 437 and 365 area codes go live in the GTA [Read here]
– Waterloo-based Fongo makes a bid for WIND Mobile [Read here]
– Samsung Canada going on a Galaxy S4 roadshow [Read here]
– Liquipel to open first retail location in the West Edmonton Mall [Read here]
– Rogers CEO retirement arrangement totals $18,513,164 [Read here]
– Rumour: 2013 BlackBerry 10 roadmap leaks online [Read here]
– Nexus 4 receives a slight redesign [Read here]

Around the web:
– Samsung filing confirms: Apple could seek even more damages in new trial [AppleInsider]
– Google’s ‘If I Had Glass’ winners list dominated by celebrities [TheVerge]
– HTC One 64GB will arrive as AT&T exclusive [Engadget]
– U.S. Patent Office Rejects ‘iPad Mini’ Trademark [PCMag]