Apple reportedly prepping Apple Music redesign; AT&T's Cricket to sell LG Stylo 2

More wireless news from across the Web:

> AT&T's Cricket said it will sell LG's Stylo 2 Android smartphone for around $169.99. PhoneScoop article

> Apple is reportedly preparing to release a redesigned version of its Apple Music service. Engadget article

> Microsoft continues to experiment in virtual reality. Engadget article

> In a new study, 59 percent of parents say their teens are addicted to mobile phones. VentureBeat article

> Microsoft updated its SharePoint apps for mobile devices. Verge article

> Startup Passport raised $8 million in funding to help cities offer pay-by-mobile parking and transit services. TechCrunch article

Telecom News

> Frontier Communications is confident that when the FCC completes its analysis of the special access and local Ethernet markets, the regulator will find that the market is competitive and businesses have a bevy of service options. Article

Online Video News

> Netflix wants viewers to quit browsing and start watching its massive catalog, and it's juicing up its content recommendation tech in order to convince them to do so. The first stop on its journey: figuring out which image associated with the title of a movie or TV series will convince a user to click into the content and watch it. Article

> CBS All Access and Showtime Anytime made "meaningful contribution" to CBS' $3.85 billion record first quarter revenues, the company said. Article

Installer News

> Dan Fallon, senior RF engineer at Dielectric, says temporary antennas could be the way to go for broadcasters in order to meet the 39-month time frame allotted for channel repacking after the 600 MHz incentive auction, according to TVNewsCheck. Article

> Verizon said its replacement workers have completed 15,000 new FiOS installations during the current union strike against the company. Article

European Wireless News

> Deutsche Telekom's first-quarter 2016 earnings were broadly in line with analysts' expectations, although the Germany-based operator's domestic and broader European operations continued to show weakness during the period. Article

> Machina Research said it has become clear that the Internet of Things (IoT) represents a far greater revenue opportunity than that offered by machine-to-machine (M2) applications alone. Article

Cable News

> Altice NV is in regulatory striking distance of closing its $17.7 billion purchase of Cablevision Systems Corp., gaining approval from the FCC, and near a sign-off from New York City officials. Article

> Hulu chief executive Mike Hopkins has confirmed that his company is developing a streaming pay-TV service. Article

And finally… Periscope hired its first editor in chief. Article