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 (April 27th to May 3rd). In addition, we’ve also assembled a few notable mobile related news from around the web.

– Mixpanel peels back curtain on Canada’s mobile addiction [Read here]
– LG unveiling its next flagship on May 27th [Read here]
– Tête-à-tête: is Google the most innovative mobile company? [Read here]
– 285 million smartphones were shipped in Q1 [Read here]
– MyCharge battery charger series overview (video) [Read here]
– Bell increases BYOD cost to $45/month per line [Read here]
– TYLT Vu Wireless Charger review [Read here]
– Security feature Knock Code comes to LG G2 via small update [Read here]
– Android Silver tipped to replace Google’s smartphone initiative [Read here]
– Parks Canada wants to offer free WiFi with your portage trip [Read here]
– Facebook announces Anonymous Login [Read here]
– OnePlus One aiming for a general availability sometime ‘Early June’ [Read here]
– BlackBerry Z30 drops to $500 no-term at TELUS [Read here]
– Bell and RBC mobile payment service expands to 4 more devices [Read here]
– Jury says Samsung has to pay Apple $119.6 million for infringing on a few patents [Read here]
– Motorola sends out press invites for May 13th product announcement [Read here]
– WIND targeting Mobilicity and Public Mobile customers [Read here]
– Google Now will remember where you parked so you don’t have to [Read here]
– LG G3 shown off in high-res pictures [Read here]
– Another image of Amazon’s rumoured smartphone leaks online [Read here]

Around the web:
– Here’s how Google’s modular phone will get its 3D-printed parts [Engadget]
– BlackBerry Given Two Govies Award For OutStanding Security [BerryReview]
– Samsung announces health-related event for May 28th [AndroidAuthority]
– Ballmer Becomes Largest Individual Microsoft Shareholder [Bloomberg]