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.

  • How to save your phone’s battery while playing Pokemon Go [Read here]
  • BlackBerry says BB10 could potentially run on future devices [Read here]
  • This crowdsourced map shows where to find Pokémon in Toronto [Read here]
  • Pokémon Go review: Flawed, but still childhood dream fulfilling [Read here]
  • Renders reveal two rumoured upcoming Nexus smartwatches [Read here]
  • GM Canada’s Steve Carlisle discusses the company’s race to autonomy [Read here]
  • LG Stylo 2 Plus phablet comes to Fido and Rogers for $350 outright [Read here]
  • Image of Note 7 prototype leaks [Read here]
  • Telus report reveals that Canadians want to use tech to manage their healthcare [Read here]
  • CRTC shows cable, IPTV and satellite subscriptions declined in 2015, but revenue is steady [Read here]
  • Canadian company giving out VR headsets for free plus shipping [Read here]
  • ZTE Axon 7 to launch July 27 in Canada, available to pre-order now [Read here]
  • Telus is investing $111M to expand fibre optic network in Greater Montreal [Read here]
  • Ontario is building over 500 vehicle charging stations by March 2017 [Read here]
  • Pokémon Go reportedly installed on 6 percent of all Canadian Android devices [Read here]
  • TTC developing app to let riders report harassment with their smartphone [Read here]
  • Suretap Wallet to be discontinued August 26 [Read here]
  • Prime Day 2016 was Amazon’s biggest sales day ever [Read here]
  • Millennials are willing to pay to stream music [Read here]
  • Turo gains more support from Quebec insurance providers [Read here]
  • A first look at LG’s inexpensive X Power featuring a 4,100mAh battery [Read here]
  • CRTC rules Sugar Mobile can continue using Rogers’ network, at least for now [Read here]
  • Samsung confirms Galaxy Note 7 will be unveiled August 2nd [Read here]
  • The best roaming options for Canadian travelers [Read here]