Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week

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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 7 biggest stories from Apple’s WWDC 2017 [Read here]
  • Samsung Galaxy Book 2-in-1 now available in Canada [Read here]
  • Government suspends anti-spam changes after receiving blowback from businesses and NGOs [Read here]
  • Government of Canada aims to broaden rural satellite internet coverage with licensing updates [Read here]
  • Bell Media partners with Wow Unlimited Media for kids and youth entertainment [Read here]
  • iPad Pro 10.5-inch Hands-on: Closing the Surface gap [Read here]
  • A look at Apple’s new Kaby Lake-powered iMac, MacBook and MacBook Pro [Read here]
  • Canadian government to launch consult on new 5G spectrum, emphasize competition [Read here]
  • Bell goes live with SnackableTV app [Read here]
  • SaskTel is shutting off its CDMA network [Read here]
  • Canada ranks 13th in the world for average LTE speeds, says OpenSignal [Read here]
  • Apple is overhauling the iOS App Store nine years after its initial launch [Read here]
  • OnePlus 5 is launching on June 20 [Read here]
  • 10 things to know about the Huawei P10 Plus [Read here]
  • Order in Council details ISED Minister’s ambitions for a Wi-Fi-first MVNO model [Read here]
  • tvOS 11 features automatic light/dark UI setting, notifications and AirPlay 2 [Read here]
  • Bell, Rogers and Telus push back on ISED Minister’s call for Wi-Fi-first MVNOs [Read here]
  • Toronto-developed Severed and Vancouver-made Splitter Critters win Apple Design Awards [Read here]