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 (May 4th to May May 10th). In addition, we’ve also assembled a few notable mobile related news from around the web.

– J.D. Power says Canadians are spending less and are more satisfied with their carrier [Read here]
– Google brings Play Music to Canada [Read here]
– Bell reports Q1 2014 results: 7,762,656 subs [Read here]
– Rogers and Fido bringing the Sony Xperia M2 to Canadians this month [Read here]
– TD Canada Trust adds NFC-based mobile payments to its Android app [Read here]
– Canadian carriers have certified Sense 6.0 update for the HTC One M7 [Read here]
– BlackBerry to sell its Canadian real estate for $305 million [Read here]
– WestJet app for iPhone with Passbook support now available [Read here]
– The future of home automation is an app — or three [Read here]
– Rogers promises KitKat updates for a number of Android devices [Read here]
– Sony Xperia Z2 now available at Bell for $179.95 [Read here]
– BBM for Android has over 50 million downloads [Read here]
– OnePlus One now estimated to be available ‘late May’ [Read here]
– Android 4.4.3 changelog reveals ‘Flounder’ as potential new HTC Nexus tablet [Read here]
– TELUS reports Q1 revenue of $2.9 billion, 7.8 million wireless customers [Read here]
– LG G3 display confirmed [Read here]
– Subway Surfers meets Stanley Park in new Canada-focused update [Read here]
– Yahoo News Digest expands to Android and launches Canadian Edition [Read here]
– Apple reportedly looking to purchase Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion [Read here]
– Sony Xperia Z2 review [Read here]

Around the web:
– California’s smartphone kill switch bill passes a second senate vote [Engadget]
– BlackBerry Explains Why Consumer Market is Key Even With Enterprise Focus [BerryReview]
– New HTC Windows Phone flagship heading to Verizon [WMPU]