Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week

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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.

– BlackBerry Bold 9900 is now available for sale via ShopBlackBerry [Read here]
– Google Play carrier billing now available to TELUS customers [Read here]
– BlackBerry signs licensing agreement with Amazon Appstore [Read here]
– Microsoft Cortana will be localized for Canada in time for WP8.1 rollout [Read here]
– Tête-à-tête: Does Android need a design overhaul? [Read here]
– BlackBerry releases BBM Protected, first product of its eBBM Suite [Read here]
– TELUS revamps device insurance tiers [Read here]
– Vidéotron hints at national wireless rollout [Read here]
– SyrupCast Episode 1: Railing on everyone is a good place to start [Read here]
– Amazon announces Fire Phone [Read here]
– Wind Mobile in it for the long haul, promises Lacavera [Read here]
– BlackBerry posts narrow loss on $966 million revenue [Read here]
– First look at the BlackBerry Classic and BlackBerry Passport [Read here]
– Bell and CIBC partner for mobile credit card payments [Read here]
– Moto G LTE now available at Rogers and Fido [Read here]
– Here’s how to get a $33 rebate for your Nest Protect [Read here]
– BlackBerry wants to make $100M from BBM, plans BBM Meetings for September [Read here]
– Microsoft Surface Pro 3 now available in Canada, we go hands on (video) [Read here]
– Nest acquires Dropcam for $555 million [Read here]
– HTC-made Nexus 9 coming with aluminum body [Read here]
– Contest: Win a Moto G! [Enter here]