Top Canadian stories from the past week, plus other news from around the web

The past week saw a few new devices launch in Canada, plus promises of OS upgrades. In addition, as usual, RIM’s new BB10 Z10 leaked online. Rogers came out with news of a roaming partnership, but probably the most shocking was that WIND’s CEO decided to shift gears and step down. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past seven days, plus notable news from around the web.

– Kobo Arc tablet review (video) [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy S III in Sapphire Black coming to Canada [Read here]
– Details on Virgin’s new Silver, Gold and Platinum monthly plans [Read here]
– Nexus 4 “coming soon” to Videotron [Read here]
– Samsung has sold over 100 million Galaxy S devices since May of 2010 [Read here]
– Rogers releasing the Nokia Lumia 920 in red, white and yellow [Read here]
– Koodo Mobile to release a Windows Phone 8 device [Read here]
– Bell expands LTE network in Alberta, Quebec and B.C. [Read here]
– Rogers signs agreement with Shaw to purchase their unused AWS spectrum [Read here]
– Rogers pushes Jelly Bean upgrades to February [Read here]
– Virgin to launch their Trade-In Program January 29th [Read here]
– Wind Mobile goes live with BlackBerry App World carrier billing [Read here]
– LG announces Optimus G sales surpass 1 million units [Read here]
– Alberta government looking to introduce “penalties for prank 911 calls” [Read here]
– Rogers announces 2600Mhz LTE roaming agreement with 3 Hong Kong [Read here]
– Tony Lacavera to step down as WIND Mobile CEO [Read here]

Around the web:
– Facebook free Wi-Fi calling coming to BlackBerry? [CrackBerry]
– Is Samsung prepping a new full HD Galaxy Tab for MWC 2013? [AndroidAuthority]
– Nokia releases 3D-printing specs for making custom Lumia 820 back covers [Engadget]
– Mega launches [MEGA]