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

The Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One and the BlackBerry Q10 all were hot topics, plus we saw a few older Android devices get bumped up to Jelly Bean. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past seven days, plus notable news from around the web:

– Samsung Canada says initial Galaxy S4 supply “may be limited” [Read here]
– HTC One now available at SaskTel [Read here]
– TTC chair teases Toronto transit’s future connectedness [Read here]
– Rogers expands LTE coverage into 7 new locations [Read here]
– Rogers intros device “Price Match” [Read here]
– Sony Xperia J now available at Bell and Virgin [Read here]
– BlackBerry named Canada’s top ICT company, followed by the Big 3 [Read here]
– Bell to launch the Google Nexus 4 [Read here]
– TELUS Samsung Galaxy SII X upgrade to Jelly Bean now available [Read here]
– Nokia Lumia 520 coming soon to Koodo Mobile [Read here]
– Mobilicity takes steps towards eventual sale with restructuring approval [Read here]
– MTS releasing the Galaxy S4 on May 3rd [Read here]
– BlackBerry Q10 launching in Canada on May 1st [Read here]
– Rogers planning deeper relationship with banks [Read here]
– Ontario looking intro legislation that would “create new rights” for wireless consumers [Read here]
– Skype released for BlackBerry Q10 [Read here]
– Rogers/Fido Motorola RAZR XT910 users can now upgrade to Jelly Bean [Read here]
– Poll: Which flagship smartphone are you most excited for? [Vote here]
– BlackBerry Q10 Review (Video) [Read here]
– Contest: Win an HTC One! [Enter here]

Around the web:
– LG Optimus F5 smartphone hits France April 29, global dispersion to follow [Engadget]
– Google Puts the Slap Down on Self-Updating Apps [PocketNow]
– Skype Leaks for BlackBerry 10, Works on Z10 [BerryReview]
– Uber becomes first taxi app to get approved in New York City [TheVerge]