End-of-year reports show 52 Israeli companies were acquired for some $15 billion, nearly double 2013′s exits worth $7.6 billion.
Whether it’s virtual fitting rooms or social shopping games, Israeli experts are creating a whole new garment from fashion and technology.
A Belgian-Israeli Jew and a Dutch Muslim developed Israel Under Attack, a new computer tool for mapping rocket trajectories from Gaza.
Israel’s anti-missile defense system has a 90 percent success rate. Betcha didn’t know there are toy car parts behind its features.
Whodoyou, the new social recommendations engine from Israel helps people find local service providers endorsed by friends and neighbors.
CuBox, the smallest computer ever, is made in Israel by an Arab-Israeli company aiming to power the Internet of Things.
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.
ISRAEL21c has partnered with innovative Tel Aviv start-up Roojoom to bring you a whole new experience in content.
Israeli newlyweds launch hub for event planners and contractors where brides and grooms can manage their event from a web-enabled device.