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.

– Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for $26.2 billion in cash [Read here]
– President Obama drops his BlackBerry for another smartphone [Read here]
– Microsoft announces new Xbox One S, Canadians can now pre-order for $499 [Read here]
– Google Canada partners with Toronto Public Libraries to loan out portable Wi-Fi hotspots [Read here]
– Samsung Gear Fit2 now available in Canada for $249.99 [Read here]
– Here’s everything Apple announced at WWDC 2016 in 5 Minutes [Video] [Read here]
– Report says Crave and Shomi have one-seventh the Canadian subscribers Netflix does [Read here]
– Toronto’s Fairview Mall gets app-based indoor navigation [Read here]
– OECD says foreign investment in the telecom sector needed to lower prices in Canada [Read here]
– How the world’s best developers plan to utilize new features in iOS 10 and watchOS 3 [Read here]
– Canadian government will launch action plan and interactive website to promote innovation [Read here]
– Pebble announces two new Kickstarter exclusive Time Round smartwatches [Read here]
– watchOS 3 is poised to solve the Apple Watch’s most significant issues [Read here]
– Inside Apple’s flagship Union Square, San Francisco Apple Store location [Read here]
– OnePlus 3 specs, pricing and Canadian availability [Read here]
– Apple CarPlay may start hitting its potential with iOS 10 [Read here]
– Fido customers can now top-up their data through SMS [Read here]
– Health benefits app League raises $25M USD for Canadian and US expansion [Read here]
– Unlocked BlackBerry Priv discounted by $150 in Canada until June 20 [Read here]
– A close-up look at the affordable and sleek OnePlus 3 [Read here]
– Apple’s App Store now has 2 million available apps [Read here]
– PlayStation VR launching October 13 in Canada [Read here]