News of Note—T-Mobile's new OnePlus; Anritsu's DoCoMo deal; Foxconn's plant and more

News of note
Wisconsin's governor appears to be stepping back from plans to have Foxconn build a manufacturing plant in the state. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're chasing today: 

> OnePlus, a Chinese smartphone company, has entered the U.S. smartphone market through a new deal with T-Mobile. Reuters article

> Wisconsin's governor appears to be stepping back from plans to have Foxconn build a manufacturing plant in the state. The Verge article

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> Sprint and AT&T are among the carriers challenging the FCC's recent small cell ruling. Inside Towers article

> Japan's DoCoMo said it will use products from Anritsu to test its 5G network. RCR article

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