Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week


Every week we bring you the latest in Canadian mobile news. Listed below is a quick overview of the top stories from the past seven days.

– Wireless connectivity comes to Montreal’s Yellow Line [Read here]
– Rogers discontinuing its Phone Finder service on June 15th [Read here]
– Quebec man receives $120 ticket for using his Watch while driving [Read here]
– Montreal to become a Smart City with free WiFi, open data [Read here]
– Google set to release two Nexus phones this fall [Read here]
– Michael Serbinis-led LEAGUE launches in Canada [Read here]
– Facebook launches Amber Alerts in Canada [Read here]
– iOS 9 will lay the framework for Apple Pay in Canada [Read here]
– Telus announces new international roaming plans [Read here]
– Bell aims to turn tablet into television with new Fibe TV app [Read here]
– Calgary’s MyParking app is now available on Android devices [Read here]
– Periscope comes to Android with platform-specific features [Read here]
– Pebble beginning Time pre-orders June 22nd [Read here]
– Rogers says the Moto G LTE will receive Android 5.1 in June [Read here]
– Shomi to be made available to all Canadians this summer [Read here]
– What’s new in Android M [Read here]
– Canadians prefer the human touch [Read here]
– BlackBerry teases “something new is coming” to BBM [Read here]
– What Android Pay means for Canadians [Read here]
– LG G4 review [Read here]