Regulators oppose Cellcom Israel's plan to buy Golan Telecom; VR product sales forecast cut by 22%

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> Israel's regulators opposed Cellcom's plans to buy smaller rival Golan Telecom. Reuters article

> SuperData Research cut its forecast for 2016 virtual reality product sales by 22 per cent to $2.86 billion (€2.5 billion). Wall Street Journal report

> Spirent Communications unveiled AING-5000, a test product for car makers developing automotive Ethernet services. Spirent Communications release

> InSkin Media, an advertising technology company, said Jeep is the first advertiser to utilise PageSkin, a new format for displaying ads on tablets and smartphones designed to beat blocking software and improve engagement. InSkin Media announcement

And finally…New York police could soon be breathalysing smartphones. Telegraph article

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