Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week

BlackBerry Passport review

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.

– CRTC’s ‘state of the Canadian telecommunications’ report [Read here]
– BlackBerry CEO confirms Passport sequel [Read here]
– SyrupCast Episode 14: Passport to Jameson [Listen here]
– Samsung Galaxy Alpha now available on Bell and Virgin [Read here]
– BlackBerry Blend available today [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy S5 Active arrives on TELUS for $250 on 2-year [Read here]
– The white BlackBerry Passport in photos [Read here]
– TĂȘte-Ă -TĂȘte: Is it hip to be square? [Read here]
– How Pebble Moved A Smartwatch Rock Up The Hill [Read here]
– Microsoft Canada selling BLU Win Jr smartphone for just $89 [Read here]
– BlackBerry’s Q2 results show revenues of $916 million [Read here]
– iPhone 6 tops 10 million units sold in first weekend [Read here]
– iOS 8.0.2 now available to download [Read here]
– Google and HTC working on a 9-inch Nexus 9 tablet [Read here]
– Motorola-made Nexus X could look a lot like the new Moto X [Read here]
– PCMag crowns Bell, Rogers ‘Fastest Mobile Networks’ in Canada [Read here]
– BlackBerry’s input innovation: a retrospective [Read here]
– Apple: iOS 8 adoption is at 46% after 5 days [Read here]
– TD Canada Trust app updated with mobile cheque deposits [Read here]
– Passport now available for $200 on contract, $699 unlocked [Read here]
– John Chen: 200,000 Passports ordered on day one [Read here]
– BlackBerry Passport review [Read here]