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

And another slammed week in Canadian mobile. Scattered rumours of the Google’s next Nexus devices, a few rumours launch dates of the upcoming Galaxy S III, a couple device launches, plus a few Android devices got bumped up to OS 4.0. In addition, Google officially closed ont their $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility. Below are the tops stories from the past week, plus some notable news from around the web.

– Bell updates OS 4.0 “Estimated Release” schedule Android devices [Read here]
– Google+ for Android updated with new interface [Read here]
– BBM for iPhone and Android reportedly scrapped [Read here]
– RIM rumoured to cut 2,000 jobs [Read here]
– Bell planning to release the LG Optimus L5 [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy S III launching June 20th? [Read here]
– Rumour: Google to release 5 Nexus devices on November 5th [Read here]
– Bell Sonim XP5520 Bolt Review (Video) [Read here]
– Google completes acquisition of Motorola Mobility [Read here]
– Bell HTC Sensation 4G & Raider 4G LTE upgrade to OS 4.0 now available [Read here]
– Bell and Virgin rollout HD Voice in Saskatchewan [Read here]
– Sony confirms Xperia Play will not receive Android 4.0 upgrade [Read here]
– Virgin releases the Motorola MOTOLUXE for $230 [Read here]
– Koodo Mobile will have the HTC One V available June 1st [Read here]
– Bell Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE Review [Read here]
– Infographic: The Patent Wars [Read here]
– RIM’s Head of Global Sales departs the company [Read here]
– WIND updates coverage map showing “planned expansion” [Read here]
– SecureKey scores a $30 million investment from Rogers, TELUS [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 goes up for pre-order, release expected June 22nd [Read here]
– Contest: Win a Samsung Galaxy Note! [Enter here]

Around the web:
– Samsung giving first 50 owners of the GS III free Olympic tickets [AndroidCentral]
– Sony ST26i benchmarks reveal Android 4.0, 4-inch FWVGA display [Engadget]
– RIM Patent Shows Off Pressure Sensitive Password Entry [BerryReview]
– Nokia confirms that Carla update for Symbian is not cancelled [GSMArena]