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

Absolutely incredible week for mobile in Canada. The CRTC unleashed their “wireless code,” a few devices were launched and even a couple app updates. In addition, the Industry Minister declined TELUS’ bid for Mobilicity, but rival carrier Public Mobile announced a new owner. Below are the top stories from the past seven days, plus notable news from around the web.

– Public Mobile has a new owner [Read here]
– CRTC announces Wireless Code [Read here]
– Vine for Android now available for download [Read here]
– Awesome Twitter banter between HTC, Samsung and LG [Read here]
– BlackBerry Q10 now available at WIND Mobile [Read here]
– Rogers increases Early Upgrade Fee for Smartphone and Premium Smartphones [Read here]
– Banner showing “7″ hints that iOS 7 is only a few days away [Read here]
– WIND Mobile releases the Huawei Ascend W1 [Read here]
– BlackBerry A10 rumoured to launch in November [Read here]
– BBM for Android and iOS will NOT be available for download on June 27th [Read here]
– Rogers launching the LG A341 flip phone, priced at $100 outright [Read here]
– Images: HTC One ‘mini’ leaks online [Read here]
– BlackBerry has “interest from other handset makers” to preload BBM on their devices [Read here]
– Government pushes 700Mhz auction to January 2014 [Read here]
– Samsung taps past Android versions to fix Galaxy S4 storage issues [Read here]
– BlackBerry 10.2 caught on video before release later this year [Read here]
– Industry Canada denies TELUS’ acquisition of Mobilicity [Read here]
– Rogers expands 2600Mhz LTE Max network in BC, Quebec and the Maritimes [Read here]
– Android version numbers for June: Jelly Bean rises to 33% [Read here]
– Samsung officially announces the Galaxy S4 Active [Read here]
– Don’t scoff at Google Glass, it may one day replace your smartphone [Read here]
– There’s a “renewed opportunity for discussion” to purchase Mobilicity [Read here]
– mySaskTel app for iOS and Android now available [Read here]
– Bell releasing Bravo GO for Android and iOS on July 18th [Read here]
– TD Canada Trust app now available for BlackBerry 10 users [Read here]
– Bell launching Sonim Bolt 2 and Sonim Bolt SL in July [Read here]
– Bell to offer a $25 Google Play gift card to anyone who buys the HTC One [Read here]

Around the web:
– US Justice Department clears Softbank acquisition of Sprint [Engadget]
– Leaked Windows Phone screenshots reveal notification center, UI changes [The Verge]
– SoundHound Officially Launches on BlackBerry 10 [BerryReview]
– Purported full specs of the Xperia Z Ultra (Togari) leak [AndroidAuthority]