Verizon's Go90 now on iOS and Android; Google acquires Jibe Mobile for RCS services on Android

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Xiaomi is now facing challenges in its home market of China. WSJ article

> AT&T's Cricket is now available in 1,600 Target stores. Phone Scoop article

> AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile have been named by LG as the carriers in the United States that will sell its new, high-end V10 Android smartphone. Sprint is conspicuously absent from the lineup. Phone Scoop article

> Verizon's Go90 service is now commercially live with iOS and Android apps. Multichannel News article

> Google's "moonshot" businesses are losing anywhere from $500 million to $4 billion this year. WSJ article

> Google has had "very light" discussions with other wireless carriers beyond T-Mobile and Sprint about joining its Project Fi MVNO. Wired article

> Google said it acquired RCS company Jibe Mobile to more effectively integrate RCS technology into Android. Post

> T-Mobile and Sirius XM are bickering over spectrum interference. WSJ article

> Facebook is upgrading its mobile profiles. Verge article

> Apple appears to have patented a touchscreen ring. Filing

> LG added LTE and 3G connections to its Watch Urbane Android Wear smart watch. Phone Scoop article

> SoftBank raised its stake in Sprint to 83.19 percent from 81.99 percent. Reuters article

> Google and Microsoft settled a long-running feud over patents for smartphones, though terms of the deal were not disclosed. Bloomberg article

> Apple executive Eddy Cue said the company is trying to fix high wireless roaming costs. 9to5Mac article

Telecom News

> USA Fiber, an emerging competitive provider focused on dark fiber, is going to build a dark fiber network serving an array of enterprise and wholesale customers in Northern Virginia. Article

> AT&T said in a new report that businesses experienced about 43 million security incidents in 2014, up 48 percent from 2013. That equals 117,000 attacks daily, the service provider said. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Comparing spectrum to oil in terms of importance to the future of wireless connectivity, Ericsson EVP and CTO Ulf Ewaldsson said that because spectrum is in such limited supply, vendors like Ericsson and others need to turn their focus to technologies like massive MIMO and beamforming that promise to make better use of existing spectrum. Article

> Anyone who's spent time in traffic in California can probably appreciate the work that AT&T Labs is doing with the California Department of Transportation and the University of California at Berkeley to create smarter traffic designs and ease congestion. Article

Cable News

> Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and the Florida Keys have today officially joined what Comcast refers to as its "data usage trials." Article

And finally… Jack Dorsey will reportedly be named the permanent CEO of Twitter in addition to his current role as CEO of Square. Article

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