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.

– LG’s modular G5 is now available in Canada [Read here]
– Apple lets you buy Hermès smartwatch bands separately [Read here]
– SaskTel seems to be the only Canadian carrier offering the Pink LG G5 [Read here]
– Vancouver sees 30% rise in smartphone thefts [Read here]
– You may soon be able to hide stock iOS apps [Read here]
– CRTC’s map reveals broadband coverage in Canada [Read here]
– Police say driver with 14 violations is booted off the road [Read here]
– Rogers’ $10/month internet program expands [Read here]
– $200M suit against Bell’s prepaid has been dismissed [Read here]
– Over 100 recommendations proposed for regulating Uber in Toronto [Read here]
– BlackBerry plans to release two mid-range Android smartphones [Read here]
– CRTC’s 3-year plan pledges work on Wireless Code of Conduct [Read here]
– How Netflix’s recommendation system knows what you want [Read here]
– Telus investing $4.5 billion in Alberta [Read here]
– Bell discounts iPhone 5s to $550 [Read here]
– FLagsahip camera shootout [Read here]
– Twitter makes it easier than ever to slide into the DMs [Read here]
– Telus Galaxy S6, S7 and S7 edge scheduled to receive Marshmallow [Read here]
– Rogers offering free 128 GB microSD card with S7 purchase [Read here]
– You can’t stream NFL games on Twitter if you’re Canadian [Read here]
– Bell ups data overage rate, overhauls plan names [Read here]
– Virgin Mobile is upping certain BYOP members’ plans by $5 [Read here]
– Win an LG G5 and LG 360 VR headset! [Enter here]
– Avegant Glyph review: An immersive private viewing experience [Read here]
– An interview with Quantum Break’s Canadian Star, Shawn Ashmore [Read here]