Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week

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

– Nexus 6 pricing in Canada [Read here]
– Rogers launches LTE-Advanced [Read here]
– SyrupCast 18: That’ll cost extra [Read here]
– HTC Desire 320 arrives on TELUS for $100 prepaid [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy Note 4 now available in Canada [Read here]
– Bell complains to CRTC about Rogers NHL GamePlus [Read here]
– Restaurant discovery service Zomato launches in Toronto [Read here]
– iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 now available in Canada [Read here]
– Bionym forges own path to biometric harmony with the Nymi band [Read here]
– Moto 360 officially available October 31st in Canada for $279 [Read here]
– TD Canada Trust releases Windows Phone app [Read here]
– BlackBerry wins patent for unlocking your phone with a wearable [Read here]
– BBM getting timed messages that expire after 15 seconds [Read here]
– Apple tops Q4 expectations and sells 39.3 million iPhones [Read here]
– Government of Canada introduces campaign around drone safety [Read here]
– The Nexus 6’s Silver lining [Read here]
– Rogers CEO Guy Laurence calls Bell a “crybaby” [Read here]
– Rogers Q3 profits slide [Read here]
– Samsung to sell Galaxy K Zoom in corporate stores [Read here]
– RBC to roll out Mobile Cheque Deposits in November [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy Note 4 review [Read here]
– Win two free tickets to AndroidTO! [Read here]
– Win a Bell Samsung Galaxy Note 4! [Read here]