Google's Android Wear gets voice support; T-Mobile tops J.D. Power's survey

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Google's Android Wear platform for wearables now supports voice calling. Verge article

> Yahoo's Arjun Sethi, who sold MessageMe to Yahoo in 2014, is leaving the company. WSJ article

> Vaio said it will sell smartphones in Japan. AnandTech article

> T-Mobile US scored top marks in J.D. Power's latest customer survey. TMoNews article

> According to VentureBeat, HTC is preparing a new high-end smartphone codenamed Perfume that will offer a QHD AMOLED display and a "laser-assisted" 12 UltraPixel camera. VentureBeat article

> AT&T said it spent $100 million improving its network in the Bay Area ahead of the Super Bowl, and Verizon said it spent $70 million on similar efforts. Cnet article

> Visa introduced a new program for developers. TNW article

Telecom News

> Charter's business services division is reaping the benefits of realigning the unit to focus on the specific needs of small businesses and larger enterprise customers as revenues rise 12.3 percent year-over-year to $294 million. Article

European Wireless News

> Cisco's $1.4 billion (€1.2 billion) acquisition of Internet of Things specialist Jasper Technologies raises questions about the workings of the U.S. vendor's recently announced partnership with Ericsson, analysts at Machina Research said. Article

Cable News

> Charter Communications shed light on its plans to roll out its Spectrum Guide cloud-based user interface, not just across its own footprint, but those of soon-to-be acquired cable systems for Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. Article

And finally… The Super Bowl will be a no-drone zone. Article