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.
Critics at Microsoft’s ThinkNext event were wowed by the tiny PocketPrinter’s ability to connect to smartphones and PCs, and print on paper of any size.
Will Israeli nonprofit, SpaceIL make history by landing the world’s smallest unmanned capsule on the moon? ISRAEL21c talks to the organization to find out.
The XIN Center at Tel Aviv University will nurture future product ideas by Israeli and Chinese students in nanotech, biotech and energy.
The coveted award for tech innovation went to a record 10 Israeli companies this year. Find out which ones made the cut.
In its second radio show on internet radio station TLV1, ISRAEL21c talks to Israeli innovators in the emerging field of wearable technologies.
ISRAEL21c launches its first ever radio show on internet radio TLV1 with a look at how Israeli entrepreneurs won’t take no for an answer.
Arab entrepreneurs in East Jerusalem will soon have access to their own startup hub-accelerator-incubator as the city’s startup ecosystem widens.