News of Note—T-Mobile's OnePlus sales, Wi-LAN's Cisco deal, Netflix's mobile sales and more

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Here are some other stories we're following today:

> Smartphone maker OnePlus said its distribution through T-Mobile helped grow sales by 249%. PCMag article

> An audit did not show any evidence of Chinese spying through Super Micro servers. Engadget article

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> Wi-LAN said it inked a license for "certain patents" to Cisco. Release

> T-Mobile launched a commercial 5G network in Poland. VentureBeat article

> Netflix reaped $86.8 million in spending across iOS and Android. TechCrunch article

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