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.

– OPP looking for tech-minded grads to join the force [Read here]
– BlackBerry shuts down Built for BlackBerry app highlight program [Read here]
– ZTE Axon Pro comes to Canada through Newegg [Read here]
– Apple is reportedly leasing space in Kanata Research Park in Ottawa [Read here]
– New emoji coming soon may include a facepalm, selfie arm and bacon [Read here]
– Apple Watch rumoured to launch new bands in mid-March [Read here]
– Texi wants to give you free stuff for not texting and driving [Read here]
– The CRA sued Uber last October to get a look at its finances [Read here]
– Apple’s App Store price increases now in effect [Read here]
– To keep Canadians connected, carriers are going ‘small’ [Read here]
– 4K arms race underway as Bell and Rogers vie for high-res early adopters [Read here]
– Telus revamps Device Care insurance program [Read here]
– Rogers delays BYOD price increases for some plans until early February [Read here]
– UGO Wallet adds MBNA and CUETS Financial credit cards to service [Read here]
– Twitter Canada finally gets a new general manager [Read here]
– Uber is now a licensed taxi brokerage in Toronto [Read here]
– CIBC’s iPhone app gets fresh new design and Touch ID support [Read here]
– Google’s revenue from Android tops $31 billion [Read here]
– Bell increases cost of Mobile TV add-on to $8 per month [Read here]
– Second Opinion: Huawei’s Nexus 6P offers the best Android experience available [Read here]