A small crew of young Israeli ‘geeks’ is charting the course of eBay’s social ecommerce future from an office in downtown Tel Aviv.
Mindojo will allow people to create an online course that automatically adapts to each student’s needs and learning style.
A video publishing platform turns content into a dynamic video with music, news feeds and a human-sounding narrator.
Telecomm, Internet, media and entertainment companies are the focus of a new Tel Aviv incubator with a $4 million investment.
Zao combines the appeal of cash rewards and the reach of social networking to fill job vacancies fast.
If you can play games, share referrals, recognize friends and purchase gifts through Facebook, it’s probably thanks to an Israeli startup. ISRAEL21c brings you the top 10 apps.
What good are a million ‘Likes’ if they don’t translate to sales? New Israeli startup’s ‘engagement triggers’ individualize offers to each fan or follower.
MyWebees takes your existing website and transforms it into a Facebook business page to generate better traffic.
Israel’s Outbrain lets the major news websites suggest clickable related content for each individual reader to discover.
Haifa startup Twtrland offers a free, simple analysis of other tweeters so users can quickly decide which ones they’d like to follow.