Israeli-made Moodies, named best iPhone app of 2014, extracts a person’s full set of emotions and character traits as they speak.
MercyBeam, a unique X-ray condensing system from Israel, is on the path to market as leading hospitals are eager to use it for cancer patients of all ages.
While her hometown is under constant missile attack from Gaza, pediatric ICU head nurse Irena Nosel cares for critically ill Gazans in Israeli hospital.
While Hamas attacks from Gaza put half of Israel under threat, Palestinian Arabs and Gaza residents continue to receive medical treatment in Israeli hospitals.
The $900 million Viber purchase by a Japanese company sparked increased interest in Israeli products, though some have been selling there for years.
The uManage platform from Israeli drip-irrigation pioneer Netafim gives growers all the real-time data needed to make the best decisions for their crops.
More than 100,000 Israelis and visitors have downloaded the SOS app and the Red Alert app made in Israel.
Amid shocking murders and rising rage, many Israelis are reaching out to bereaved families and calling for Arab-Jewish solidarity.
Israeli developers come to the rescue with apps for everything from monitoring blood sugar to finding the nearest cardiac catheterization lab.
Whodoyou, the new social recommendations engine from Israel helps people find local service providers endorsed by friends and neighbors.