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

Yet another busy week for wireless in Canada. BlackBerry launched their long-anticipated physical QWERTY/Touch BlackBerry Q10 and Samsung released their flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone. In addition, a few device leaks made their way online – namely the HTC M4 and BlackBerry R10. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past 7 days, plus notable news from around the web.

– Nokia Canada announcing “the next chapter of music discovery” on May 15th [Read here]
– Rogers receives the “Letters Patent of Incorporation” for “Rogers Bank” [Read here]
– Android version numbers as of May 1st [Read here]
– Galaxy S4 now available in Canada! [Read here]
– Rogers makes changes to monthly plans in Quebec, lowers prices [Read here]
– Apple on the cusp of reaching 50 billion App Store downloads [Read here]
– BlackBerry Q10 is now available in Canada! [Read here]
– Koodo to release the Nokia Lumia 520 for $150 outright [Read here]
– Sony Xperia Tablet Z goes up for pre-order [Read here]
– HTC M4 leaks online [Read here]
– Rogers rebrands parts of its network to LTE Max with emphasis on 2600Mhz [Read here]
– QWERTY BlackBerry R10 leaks online, now in red [Read here]
– Rumour: LG to produce the next Google Nexus smartphone [Read here]
– WIND Mobile’s Chief Legal Officer departs for TELUS [Read here]
– Nova Scotia’s new cellphone policies go into place [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy S4 Review (Video) [Read here]
– Contest: Win a BlackBerry Z10 [Enter here]
– Contest: Win a TELUS BlackBerry Q10! [Enter here]
– Contest: Win a Bell Samsung Galaxy S4 [Enter here]

Around the web:
– Nokia Lumia 928 billboard can’t wait for official announcement [MyNokiaBlog]
– Samsung Knox gets official DoD approval for government use [Engadget]
– In 2013, the keys to Android are still held by the carriers [TheVerge]
– World’s First Gold and Rose Gold BlackBerry Q10 [BerryReview]
– Is Google ‘Babel’ really named ‘Hangout’? [AndroidAuthority]

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