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

Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past seven days. New device launches and announcements: Nexus 4 in white, BlackBerry Q10 in white, HTC One in Black, Sonim Bolt 2. In addition, some more news about the CRTC’s Wireless Code, LTE expansions and even a new carrier fee name. We’ve also assembled notable news from around the web:

– Moto X will come to Canada as a Rogers exclusive, available in August [Read here]
– Fido set to release the Sony Xperia SP [Read here]
– Bell and TELUS release the BlackBerry Q10 in White [Read here]
– Rogers introducing a new “Connection Fee” on July 10th [Read here]
– Rogers announces First Rewards program to keep loyal customers happy [Read here]
– Wireless pricing report shows downward trend, but data is still expensive [Read here]
– Video and pictures: ‘The Budget iPhone’ leaks online [Read here]
– Wireless providers to challenge aspects of the CRTC’s Wireless Code [Read here]
– Rogers to launch the ZTE Lite Tablet [Read here]
– Bell LG Optimus L5 receives Jelly Bean upgrade [Read here]
– TELUS to launch the Black HTC One [Read here]
– Sonim XP5560 Bolt 2 now available on Bell’s PTT network [Read here]
– TELUS warns of a “surge in a common phone scam” [Read here]
– White Nexus 4 coming to Canada [Read here]

Around the web:
– Motorola ‘Droid Maxx’ image leaks out [Engadget]
– HTC One 4.2 update kills the awful menu bar, adds Instagram to BlinkFeed [TheVerge]
– BlackBerry NEEDS To Push Out BlackBerry 10 OS Updates Globally [BerryReview]
– Google Glass APK teardown discovers “Boutique” marketplace [AndroidAuthority]