If you think animation studios are exclusive to Hollywood and Japan, think again. Israelis are in high demand for global collaborations.
The $900 million Viber purchase by a Japanese company sparked increased interest in Israeli products, though some have been selling there for years.
Keepod’s disruptive device can be plugged into the USB port of any shared laptop, netbook or desktop, transforming it into a personal computer for each user.
Gadi Amit won a National Design Award for ‘objects that are beautiful and have a lot of design value, yet are functional for Joe Public.’
Order a skyTran two-person transport pod, punch in your destination and soar above traffic on a magnetized guideway. A demo system is going up at Israel Aircraft Industries, and soon in Tel Aviv and beyond.
After making a mark in biotech and business, Israeli women are taking on the traditionally male-oriented world of high-tech.
A new Israeli business accelerator is the world’s first exclusively for startups with products and services for people with disabilities.
CuBox, the smallest computer ever, is made in Israel by an Arab-Israeli company aiming to power the Internet of Things.
First she broke a glass ceiling and then she invented a nano-coating that makes glass repel dust and keeps ice from adhering to airplanes.
‘I think a lot of the wearables will come out of Israel,’ predicts Robert Scoble, one of America’s most highly regarded tech evangelists.