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

This past week was again busy – laced with mobile payment news, stellar device launches, class action lawsuits and even a bit of LTE goodness. Below are the top Canadian wireless stories, plus a notable news from around the web.

– TELUS puts Galaxy Nexus & Magenta Lumia 800 on the discontinued list [Read here]
– Rogers to release the HTC One S? [Read here]
– Solo Mobile stops taking new subs [Read here]
– HTC One S “Roughriders Edition” coming to SaskTel [Read here]
– Rogers shows off new “community” retail store designs [Read here]
– Videotron to launch the Nokia Lumia 710 [Read here]
– Google reportedly prepping to sell several Nexus devices this fall [Read here]
– Rogers and CIBC launch “the future of mobile payments in Canada” [Read here]
– Bell hit with a $100 million Class Action lawsuit [Read here]
– WIND Mobile now has “well over 430,000 active customers” [Read here]
– Bell HTC One V Review (Video) [Read here]
– Upcoming Bell Motorola MOTOLUXE priced at $300 Prepaid [Read here]
– Cottagers: Bell rolling out Muskoka LTE coverage [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy S III pre-orders reportedly reach 9 million [Read here]
– HTC One S now available in Canada [Read here]
– Rogers makes changes to the HUP, intros new “FLEXtab” [Read here]
– Canada’s first “Samsung Store” coming this Summer to Burnaby, BC [Read here]
– TELUS Galaxy SII X 4.0 is expected June 12th [Read here]
– Samsung giving carriers “Galaxy S III interactive training sessions” [Read here]
– Mobilicity signs distribution agreement with The Brick [Read here]

Around the web:
– China clears Google acquisition of Motorola [Engadget]
– RIM, Motorola told Apple they could find a nano-SIM compromise [The Verge]
– UK getting the Pink Galaxy Note this June [Phandroid]
– Samsung Galaxy S III made by 75,000 workers [Phone Arena]
– Desktop Manager 7.1 Adds Support for Dev Alpha & 4G PlayBook [Berry Review]