Short-term tourists and business people can pick up Israel’s native tongue in crash courses tailored to visitors’ schedules and needs.
Human guides are great, but these Israeli apps put a wealth of information and navigation at the fingertips of DIY tourists in Holy Land.
Gili Rozin Tamam and Adi Gal’s funky MeDusa plastic handbags and jewelry have become a favorite of fashion bloggers and are selling worldwide by the bagful.
Tel Aviv’s 3D Factory sets a global trend with a do-it-yourself ‘experience store’ where anyone can print an actual object from a computer design.
A new award-winning construction kit from Israel’s Yama Design and Keter Kids lets children build their own house, boat, car, tent and other structures.
Israeli startup provides feline fanciers a high-tech way to adore, photograph, play with and feed their pets even when they aren’t at home.
Israel is world-renowned for integrating professional therapeutic clowns into healthcare teams. Now the program is expanding to moms in labor.
Aniways tech makes it easier to add emoticons to chats, along with a monetizing tool for app developers and a fun way for brands to interact with customers.
An Israeli plastic surgeon invented Orbix, an ‘internal bra’ to help heavy breasts fight the pull of gravity.
A pair of Israeli brothers promotes the Brazilian martial art among the ultra-Orthodox population.