Israeli startup carves out a niche selling software to give online app access to billions of people in places where smartphones are unaffordable.
The information privacy and security unit at IBM Research in Israel is devising new ways to keep your data confidential.
‘I’ve never gotten so many emails with smiley face emoticons as I get since I started Abe’s Market,’ says co-founder Jon Polin.
Personalized medicine, agriculture, mobile programming: ISRAEL21c looks at some of the advances coming out of IBM’s Haifa facility lately.
She has a PhD and a black belt, but where Kira Radinsky is really making her mark is in Microsoft disaster-prediction software.
A hacker sitting just a table away could be hopping onto your device as you check your email, but Israel’s Skycure has you covered.
Israeli professor’s revolutionary disease-detection device is on the road to changing how early, and how easily, lung cancer is diagnosed.
Program from Israeli startup can get you to your requested page faster, even if it’s a site that is blocked in your country.
‘Want going out in Friday?’ Make sure you’ve typed it right with high flying new Israeli software.
“I am convinced that the most brilliant, freshest new minds in Israeli science are going to come from the periphery.’