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.

– Apple Pay expands to TD Canada Trust, BMO and Scotiabank customers [Read here]
– Liquid Zest Plus will be available in Canada for $249 [Read here]
– Here are 72 new emoji you’ll soon be able to use on your smartphone [Read here]
– How can Toronto be a ‘smarter city?’ [Read here]
– How to enable Rogers Android Wi-Fi Calling on the Samsung Note 5 [Read here]
– Xperia X series Hands-on [Read here]
– Telus to shutter CDMA service on January 31, 2017 [Read here]
– Over half a million Canadians cut the cord on their landlines last year [Read here]
– You won’t need an invite to get the OnePlus 3 when it launches [Read here]
– Tangerine says it will support Apple Pay by the end of July [Read here]
– Health Canada launches app to educate users about concussions [Read here]
– Canadian mobile payment adoption growth will speed up by 2020 [Read here]
– Telus teams up with Toronto charities for #TheGivingEffect [Read here]
– Fido and Virgin Mobile offer double data until June 6 [Read here]
– Instagram has 8.5 million user milestone in Canada [Read here]
– Google Maps launches real-time transit updates for the TTC [Read here]
– SyrupCast 73: Alexa’s coming to Canada [Listen here]
– Mobile data usage in the U.S. & Canada will grow 35% through 2021 [Read here]
– Samsung announces Gear Fit 2 and Gear IconX fitness wearables [Read here]
– Sony Xperia Ear coming to Canada this summer [Read here]
– SyrupCast 73.5: Remaster E3 [Listen here]
– SyrupDrop June 3: 72 new emojis come to your smartphone [Read here]