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.

  • Three new Android-based BlackBerry devices are reportedly coming [Read here]
  • Bell, Rogers and Videotron launch legal action against Android TV resellers [Read here]
  • Here’s how to use the Amazon Echo in Canada [Read here]
  • Apple launches iOS 10 and macOS Sierra public betas [Read here]
  • Apple will reportedly scrap 16GB option with the iPhone 7 [Read here]
  • LG X Power now available in Canada [Read here]
  • Virgin Mobile just launched home internet plans [Read here]
  • 10 of the biggest changes coming in iOS 10 [Read here]
  • Here’s how to get Pokémon Go for Android in Canada right now [Read here]
  • Uber drivers are now insured automatically in Ontario [Read here]
  • Fido’s revamped set of consumer plans is now live [Read here]
  • Here’s how to get Pokémon Go for iOS in Canada right now [Read here]
  • Tech product tariff eliminated by Canadian international trade minister [Read here]
  • Telus registers trademark for ‘HappyTab,’ possibly for sub-brand Koodo Mobile [Read here]
  • Rogers and OVH launch IT cloud service for Canadian businesses [Read here]
  • Google rumoured to be working on two new Nexus smartwatches [Read here]
  • SaskTel to shut off CDMA service completely on July 5, 2017 [Read here]
  • Here’s our best look at rumoured HTC Nexus devices ‘Sailfish’ and ‘Marlin’ yet [Read here]
  • CCTS says Canadian VOIP service Axsit is breaching customer obligations [Read here]
  • lackBerry says it will no longer manufacture the BlackBerry Classic [Read here]
  • Mobile payment use continues to increase in Canada [Read here]
  • Samsung Gear Fit2 review: Surprisingly feature-rich at $250 [Read here]
  • Win another Moto G4 Plus! [Enter here]
  • SyrupCast 77: Pokemon Go in Canada and iOS 10 in action [Listen here]