‘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.
During the venture’s first year, more than 60 different ‘Lofters’ raised an accumulated $8 million.
New Israeli app lets you turn to the crowd for inside information on parking spaces about to open up in the big city.
Dodging missiles, Israeli distance-learning tech specialists bring laptops to pupils in bomb shelters.
13-year-old Beersheva boy develops app that gives users a taste of life under fire.
BriefCam’s video synopsis technology takes first place for physical security at Homeland Security conference.
Geniuses behind an interactive video platform and an in-classroom early-intervention program are to get $18,000 prizes.
Developer of NASA-designed skyTran chose Israel as the perfect place to pilot the software-guided personal transport pods that glide on a cushion of air.
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.