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.

  • Pour one out, Rogers and Shaw’s Shomi is now dead [Read here]
  • Offline playback comes to Canadian Netflix [Read here]
  • Apple Music offering $4.99 student pricing in Canada [Read here]
  • Staples and drone delivery group team up to pursue drone commercialization [Read here]
  • Can Apple’s iPad Pro actually replace a laptop? [Read here]
  • Calgary becomes latest in string of Canadian cities to allow Uber to operate [Read here]
  • Nintendo to hold a Switch media event on January 13 [Read here]
  • Bell joins Facebook’s open-source telecom infrastructure project as first Canadian carrier [Read here]
  • Shaw spent $182M on Shomi in 2016, only made $46M back in streaming revenue [Read here]
  • CWTA hires Robert Ghiz as its new President and CEO [Read here]
  • Ontario’s autonomous vehicle pilot project will finally launch with three vehicles [Read here]
  • Rogers says all Mobilicity customers have now been migrated to Chatr [Read here]
  • Amex Pay launches in Canada for NFC-enabled Android devices [Read here]
  • Tecla bridges the gap between the touchscreen and the differently abled user [Read here]
  • Videotron adds Apple Music to its Unlimited Music service [Read here]
  • A first look at the new OnePlus 3T [Gallery]
  • Canadian developers join Red’s fight against AIDS in new App Store campaign [Read here]