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

Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past incredibly busy 7 days (BlackBerry Live, Google I/O, Samsung GS4 milestones, and Nokia’s new product launches). In addition, we’ve compiled a list of notable news from around the web.

– TELUS to acquire Mobilicity and its 250,000 subs for $380 million [Read here]
– Nokia Music officially launches today in Canada [Read here]
– BlackBerry winning back Canadians, market share now at 13.5% [Read here]
– BBM for Android and iOS launching this Summer, will be free [Read here]
– WIND adds 11,281 subscribers in Q1, APRU of $27.60/month [Read here]
– Apple: Over 50 billion apps have been downloaded [Read here]
– BBM for iOS and Android will only work on smartphones at launch [Read here]
– Mophie juice pack for HTC One Review [Read here]
– BlackBerry Q5 Hands-On [Read here]
– WIND Mobile and Mobilicity launch the Galaxy S4 [Read here]
– BlackBerry Messenger’s last stand is good for everyone [Read here]
– Google announces 900 million Android activations, 48 billion app downloads [Read here]
– CWTA issues warning about using 3rd party Android VoIP apps [Read here]
– Samsung expects to pass 10 million Galaxy S4 sales next week [Read here]
– White Nexus 4 and Android OS 4.3 rumoured to launch June 10th [Read here]
– North America makes up 57% of worldwide LTE connections [Read here]
– Rogers revamps monthly rate plans [Read here]
– Bell loses 911 class-action lawsuit: “consumers have won an important victory” [Read here]
– Nvidia Shield Hands-on (Video) [Read here]
– Contest: Win a TELUS Galaxy S4 [Enter here]

Around the web:
– Sprint closes deal to buy US Cellular spectrum, adds 420,000 customers [Engadget]
– Android 4.2 coming to One soon, “Senseless” edition later this summer? [AndroidAuthority]
– The Design of the BlackBerry 10 Experience, UI and Device [BerryReview]
– “Law of diffusion of innovation” explains why Windows Phone is about to take off [WMPU]

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