‘Pixplit is the first app that uses the concept of connecting with people in the third degree of separation,’ says Israeli co-founder Jay Meydad.
New Israeli app lets you turn to the crowd for inside information on parking spaces about to open up in the big city.
13-year-old Beersheva boy develops app that gives users a taste of life under fire.
Supermodel Noa Tishby helps launch new Israel-based startup, Minit, for bare-bones video sharing via smartphone.
New Israeli app takes the frustration out of automated customer-service call centers, putting menu choices into a visual screen on your phone.
Tel Aviv-based Pops has a simple app that simplifies your life by aggregating your alerts into one spot on your smart phone screen.
A handy new Israeli app lets you meld the best images from a variety of group shots where somebody’s blinking, yawning or clowning.
Israel’s Magisto helps you transform hours of homemade video into exciting two-minute clips at just the click of a mouse. YouTube is already on board.
Israel’s Siano will debut its proven technology for streaming television to mobile devices, changing the way America watches its favorite shows.