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:

  • Welcome to MobileSyrup 3.0 [Read here]
  • Intel’s Project Alloy Hands-on: Shooting drones in merged reality [Read here]
  • BlackBerry partners with Giuliani security consulting firm [Read here]
  • A look at Chrysler’s Android-based Uconnect infotainment system [Read here]
  • Qi sees ‘the finish line’ in wireless charging arms race [Read here]
  • Samsung Gear S3, Gear S2 and Gear Fit are now compatible with the iPhone [Read here]
  • Nintendo’s Switch will launch on March 3rd in Canada for $399 [Read here]
  • The U Ultra is HTC’s new 2017 flagship [Read here]
  • Shaw launches new BlueSky IPTV platform to compete with Telus’ Optik TV [Read here]
  • Shaw Q1 2017: Shaw quarterly profit cut in half due to Shomi shutdown [Read here]
  • Android Wear 2.0 will finally launch in early February [Read here]
  • Canadian airlines no longer required to notify passengers the Note 7 is banned from flight [Read here]
  • Lowdown Focus Hands-on: Toronto’s Interaxon and Safilo join forces [Read here]
  • Ottawa will study the safety of driverless cars during Ontario pilot program [Read here]
  • Amazon Canada fined $1 million for employing misleading pricing practices [Read here]
  • Fido offers subscribers free access to Viceland mobile content in 2017 [Read here]
  • CRTC launches follow-up consultation into identifying and reducing nuisance calls [Read here]
  • Honda and Visa aim to soon let you pay for things from inside your car [Read here]
  • SyrupDrop Ep 1: Rogers is giving away 2GB of free data [Read here]
  • Rogers is giving 2GB of free data to select customers [Read here]
  • SyrupCast 103: Automotive tech is the new darling of CES [Read here]