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.

– BlackBerry posts small Q3 loss on higher software sales [Read here]
– Shaw deal all but assures Wind Mobile will sell the iPhone [Read here]
– Moto X 2014 and HTC One M8 receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow [Read here]
– Everything you need to know about Shaw’s acquisition of Wind Mobile [Read here]
– On the line: VoLTE and the future of the phone call [Read here]
– Pebble launches dedicated fitness application, Pebble Health [Read here]
– Rogers will no longer warn you before dialling a long-distance number [Read here]
– Bell tops RootMetrics Canadian network speed and reliability report [Read here]
– App of the Week: Trover [Read here]
– Wind begins network upgrade starting with Vancouver [Read here]
– Rdio is shutting down on December 22 [Read here]
– Six stellar smartphone games worth gifting [Read here]
– New taxi hailing app acknowledges the existence of transit [Read here]
– Shopping marathons replaced by ‘small shopping moments’ on mobile [Read here]
– Wonderland plans to combine roller coasters with VR [Read here]
– Canada searched Google for Nexus 6P and the Priv in 2015 [Read here]
– Shaw set to purchase Wind Mobile for $1.6 billion [Read here]
– Rogers launches gigabit internet in Toronto [Read here]
– Presto card readers will be installed at all TTC by the end of 2016 [Read here]
– App discovery is mobile gaming’s biggest issue [Read here]