Supermodel Noa Tishby helps launch new Israel-based startup, Minit, for bare-bones video sharing via smartphone.
Smartype lets you see what you’re typing on a built-in screen, without shifting your eyes from keys to screen. It has apps, too.
An early-stage Israeli invention could one day make the surgical biopsy obsolete.
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.
A sophisticated Israeli brain-machine interface may one day help mute people express out loud the words they intend to say.
When the US Jet Propulsion Lab needed a special cooler for the Curiosity rover, it called a company housed on an Israeli kibbutz.
The top physics and math students in Israel are groomed for dazzling careers through an unusual military training program.
A five-year agreement will bring 1,000 Nanjing municipal officials and executives to study Israeli entrepreneurship and innovation.
Zao combines the appeal of cash rewards and the reach of social networking to fill job vacancies fast.