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.

  • Rogers has a new CEO [Read here]
  • Google Pixel review [Read here]
  • Rogers Q3 2016 revenue increases to $3.49B [Read here]
  • Thalmic Labs opening 50,000-square-foot Waterloo factory to build its next wearable device [Read here]
  • SoundCloud’s $10 music subscription service launches in Canada [Read here]
  • Win a Bell Google Pixel [Contest]
  • Samsung sets up kiosks at Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal airports for Note 7 exchanges [Read here]
  • Best Buy and Google to open 14 Google Shops across Canada [Read here]
  • Apple is holding its Mac event on October 27th in Cupertino [Read here]
  • Transport Canada plans to introduce strict new regulations for recreational drone flight [Read here]
  • Nintendo’s new portable home console hybrid is called the ‘Switch’ [Read here]
  • Toronto-based Ecobee launches new ‘lite’ smart thermostat for $219 [Read here]
  • 343 Industries’ Halo Wars 2 brings the real-time strategy genre to consoles [Read here]
  • Tech industry has added 51,000 jobs in Toronto since 2010 [Read here]
  • A poor relationship with the Rogers family may be the reason Guy Laurence stepped down as CEO [Read here]
  • New Android 7.0-powered QWERTY BlackBerry device appears on Geekbench [Read here]
  • Survey says 71 percent of Canadians don’t consider phone use while driving a distraction [Read here]