Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week

Every week we bring you the latest in Canadian mobile news. Below is a quick overview of the top stories from the past seven days.

– Bell adding encryption to push-to-talk service [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy Tab S arriving June 27th, starts at $419 [Read here]
– Instagram ads coming to Canada ‘later this year’ [Read here]
– Rogers now offers email alerts for OS updates and upcoming devices [Read here]
– Déjà vu: BlackBerry starts taking pre-orders for the Bold 9900 [Read here]
– Moto E and Moto G LTE review [Read here]
– Rogers investing $450 million into British Columbia to improve its LTE network [Read here]
– Rogers to require Share Everything plan with hardware upgrades starting June 17th [Read here]
– Tim Hortons TimmyMe app now available to Windows Phone users [Read here]
– This is the final design for Thalmic Labs’ MYO gesture-control armband [Read here]
– HTC One M8 in Amber Gold will be available at Rogers on June 24th [Read here]
– BAI Canada’s new CEO talks WiFi and cellular on the TTC [Read here]
– Parrot bringing its MiniDrones to Canada this August (video) [Read here]
– BlackBerry ties three-year EnStream deal [Read here]
– Public Mobile seeing an ‘overwhelming response’ to its new 4G network [Read here]
– TELUS has a ‘urine-activated experiential installation’ [Read here]