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.

– The BlackBerry Priv, six months later [Read here]
– Telus study shows over half of Canadian businesses are using or planning to use IoT solutions [Read here]
– Time names BlackBerry 6210 one of the most influential gadgets of all time [Read here]
– Kindle Oasis review: The best e-reader is not worth the price of a high-end tablet [Read here]
– Telus announces 2016 wireless infrastructure investment plans in Ontario, Alberta and BC [Read here]
– Rogers gives subscribers a free hour of international long distance on Mother’s Day [Read here]
– $129 Windows 10-powered Acer Liquid M330 now available in Canada [Read here]
– Fitbit Alta review: The perfect Fitbit for almost everyone [Read here]
– Rogers and Fido introduce a new network assistance tool [Read here]
– Netflix launches new cellular data controls to help bandwidth strapped subscribers [Read here]
– Immigration prepares to deny two Huawei employees entrance to Canada [Read here]
– Marshmallow starts rolling out on carrier Privs in Canada [Read here]
– Twitter launches new Connect tab [Read here]
– Android Marshmallow starts rolling out on carrier BlackBerry Privs in Canada [Read here]
– CNE to hold $25,000 pitch competition focused on VR, AR and lifestyle innovation [Read here]
– Huawei Watch discounted by $125 in Canada [Read here]
– Google acquires Toronto-based Synergse [Read here]
– BlackBerry is ‘very close’ to making its hardware business profitable again [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy S5 starts receiving Marshmallow update in Canada [Read here]
– Government raises concerns about sex behind the wheel in driverless cars [Read here]
– BCE to acquire MTS for $3.9 billion [Read here]
– Ontario is investing $20 million in public EV charging stations in 2017 [Read here]
– SyrupCast 69: MobileSyrup enters virtual reality to escape Canada’s new telecom reality [Read here]