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

Every week we bring you the latest in Canadian mobile news. Below is an overview of the top stories from the past week (March 31st to April 5th). In addition, we’ve also assembled a few notable mobile related news from around the web:

– Samsung Galaxy S5 teardown proves it’s a lot more than just a bigger S4 [Read here]
– Bell Sony Xperia Z2 contest shows retail value is $700 [Read here]
– Bell and TELUS go live with Galaxy S5 pre-orders [Read here]
– BlackBerry now selling unlocked BlackBerry 10 smartphones to Canadians [Read here]
– Videotron releases the Moto G [Read here]
– WIND Mobile Moto G now available [Read here]
– TELUS CEO Entwistle stepping down [Read here]
– Orchard makes it easy to sell your iPhone, with an iPhone [Read here]
– BlackBerry releases BBM 2.1 with sticker support [Read here]
– XTouch makes tablet actions out of table taps [Read here]
– Bell first in Canada to launch 700Mhz LTE service [Read here]
– Bell cuts roaming costs for those visiting Japan [Read here]
– LG G Flex now available at Rogers [Read here]
– MTS launches the Moto X [Read here]
– Apple’s WWDC developer conference taking place June 2-6 [Read here]
– WIND Mobile has 700,000 subscribers [Read here]
– Ontario just passed its own wireless code [Read here]
– Sony Xperia Z2 coming to Bell in May [Read here]
– Windows Phone 8.1 coming soon, bringing Action Center and Cortana [Read here]
– TELUS teams with Tranglo [Read here]
– LG G Flex review [Read here]

Around the web:
– Google Play’s ‘People’ section highlights apps your friends like [Engadget]
– Unreleased BlackBerry Kopi Caught on Camera Again [BerryReview]
– Google reportedly wants to offer mobile phone service in Fiber areas [Engadget]
– New HTC flagship shows up in benchmarks with 13MP camera [AndroidAuthority]
– Microsoft shows off Windows In the Car concept at BUILD [WMPU]