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.

– There is now a Stanley Cup emoji that you can use on Twitter [Read here]
– More Canadians than ever using mobile payment services [Read here]
– Canadians have to wait for Instagram’s new video-focused Explore look [Read here]
– Kindle Oasis is coming to Canada with a hefty price tag [Read here]
– The City of Ottawa has voted to legalize Uber [Read here]
– Privacy commissioner to investigate if RCMP uses surveillance devices [Read here]
– TD Canada Trust MySpend app [Read here]
– HTC Canada offering $100 off Unlocked HTC 10 with this promo code [Read here]
– Connected health is a growing Canadian trend, but privacy officials aren’t so sure [Read here]
– Bell is releasing the HTC 10 on April 29 [Read here]
– CRTC Chairman talks privacy, carrier competition and what’s next for Canada [Read here]
– This Week in Gaming: Gears of War 4’s Canadian-developed homecoming [Read here]
– Telus’ T-Up! early upgrade program to be discontinued April 18 [Read here]
– Samsung Gear S2 in rose gold and platinum now available in Canada [Read here]
– HTC 10 Hands-on [Read here]
– Police seek a next generation 9-1-1 service that will use texting [Read here]
– Twitter Moments is now live in Canada [Read here]
– Hands-on with the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu infotainment system [Read here]
– Dyson Pure Cool Link Air Purifier review [Read here]
– The RCMP has had backdoor access to BBM since at least 2010 [Read here]
– Hands-on with ReFlex [Read here]
– Twitter Canada gallery: A tour of the social network’s Toronto outpost [Read here]
– HTC’s director of product strategy on why the HTC 10 is the ‘best phone’ it’s ever made [Read here]
– SyrupCast 67: BlackBerry, RCMP, and a future shaped by Canadians [Listen here]