Top Canadian stories from the past week, plus other news from around the web

Wow, the last week was jammed. Samsung started it off by teasing the masses with a quick “Next Galaxy” video, followed up by announcing that the upcoming flagship will have a quad-core processor. RIM is preparing for BlackBerry World 2012, plus a few device confirmations and potential of the “mobile wallet” hitting us Canadians. Below are the top Canadian stories from the past 7 days and a selection of notable news from around the web.

– “Mobile wallet” launching in Canada within six months [Read here=
– Image: Could this be the real Galaxy S III? [Read here]
– Bell HTC One V launching May 3rd [Read here]
– WIND wins Supreme Court foreign ownership battle against Public [Read here]
– Samsung announces Exynos 4 Quad for its “next Galaxy” [Read here]
– SuperTooth HD Bluetooth Speaker Review [Read here]
– Lumia 900 data connectivity fix now available to Rogers users [Read here]
– Samsung teaser video for Next Galaxy hits the web [Read here]
– HTC One V heading towards Koodo Mobile [Read here]
– Angry Birds Space now available for the BlackBerry PlayBook [Read here]
– Additional proof that Fido will launch the Bold 9790 [Read here]
– Bell’s Push-to-talk network now live [Read here]
– Motorola Motoluxe accessory arrives in Bell’s inventory system [Read here]
– Virgin says the HTC One S will be ready for activation on May 17 [Read here]
– Rogers reports Q1 2012 financial results [Read here]
– BlackBerry 10 prototype device gets pictured [Read here]
– Bell Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE to be $549.95 outright? [Read here]
– Motorola wins initial ruling against Apple for violating patents [Read here]
– Hands-on with Google Drive (Video) [Read here]
– DigiTimes: HTC and Facebook to develop a “customized smartphone” [Read here]
– Apple’s WWDC starts June 11th, “It’s the week we’ve all been waiting for” [Read here]
– Manitoba’s new cellphone legislation goes into effect September 15th [Read here]
– SaskTel Galaxy S II upgrade to OS 4.0 gets bumped to “mid May” [Read here]
– Bell expands LTE coverage in Northwest Territories [Read here]
– Mobilicity BlackBerry Bold 9900 upgrade to OS 7.1 now available [Read here]
– Nova Scotia wants to free those who “feel trapped” in their contract [Read here]

Around the web:
– Sony LT29i Hayabusa Spotted On Camera [PocketNow]
– LG gives away 2,000 specially modified phones for the blind [Engadget]
– BlackBerry Beta Zone receives a makeover [CrackBerry]
– Panasonic Eluga on sale in the UK for £369.99 [AndroidCentral]
– PlayStation phone might’ve come with an extra slide-out keyboard [The Verge]