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.

  • YouTube and Canadian mechanical rights agency CMRRA sign licensing deal [Read here]
  • Samsung Gear 360 and new Gear VR are now available in Canada [Read here]
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 now available in Canada [Read here]
  • Note 7 review: Bigger is now actually better [Read here]
  • Bell trademarks mobile-focused VOD service called SnackableTV [Read here]
  • Oculus Rift is headed to Canadian retailers on September 20, pre-orders start today [Read here]
  • MaRS announces program to stimulate development of health tech in Ontario [Read here]
  • With 30 Pokéstops and 3 gyms, you’ll be able to ‘catch em’ all’ at this year’s CNE [Read here]
  • Kobo announces Aura One e-reader with massive 7.8-inch display for $250 [Read here]
  • Canadian government launches public forum on cyber security [Read here]
  • Will technology one day replace us in the workforce? [Read here]
  • Win a Bell Samsung Galaxy Note 7 [Read here]
  • McDonald’s pulls Step-it activity tracker from Happy Meals [Read here]
  • Android 7.0 Nougat expected to arrive August 22nd, says Telus [Read here]
  • Canadians will spend $643 million on virtual and augmented reality by 2017 [Read here]