News of Note—ZTE's possible troubles; TPO's MVNO shutdown; Michigan's 5G legislation and more

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Here are the stories we're following today:

> MVNO TPO is shutting down its U.S. operation and moving those customers to rival MVNO Ting. Post

> Some U.S. legislators are urging the White House to look into ZTE's business in Venezuela. Reuters article

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> Toyota worked with Japan's DoCoMo to power a robot through 5G. Engadget article

> The governor of Michigan is reviewing legislation aimed at speeding up the deployment of small cells and 5G. AP article

> A detailed article looks at how Sprint may be throttling Skype. Ars Technica article

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