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.

– 5G networks could allow for a 4K movie to download in 10 seconds [Read here]
– Canadian wireless costs rose in the past year [Read here]
– OneTouch Idol 3 coming to Canada June 30th [Read here]
– James Moore will not “seek another term in office” [Read here]
– Meal replacement Soylent now ships to Canada [Read here]
– Competition Bureau seeking iPhone sales records [Read here]
– Gov’t of BC asking for input on distracted driving fines [Read here]
– Apple Watch can be reserved online for in-store pickup [Read here]
– Wind Mobile to be first wireless provider on Toronto’s subway [Read here]
– $20,000 worth of cellphones stolen from Bell kiosk in Regina [Read here]
– Rogers and Telus reportedly bidding on Mobilicity [Read here]
– Rogers adds local calling option to share plans [Read here]
– LG G4 now available in Canada [Read here]
– Apple quietly stops selling the original iPad Mini [Read here]
– Alcatel OneTouch becomes official smartphone sponsor for Toronto FC [Read here]
– SyrupCast 44: That’s what people say [Read here]