Israel’s Omek makes its gesture recognition and tracking tech so sophisticated that it follows motion down to the joints of each finger.
‘I’ve never gotten so many emails with smiley face emoticons as I get since I started Abe’s Market,’ says co-founder Jon Polin.
Last week’s Boston terror attack highlighted the critical role of video surveillance analytics in tracing criminals and terrorists. It’s a field in which Israeli companies excel.
Newsgeek chose Israel’s Umoove as one of the three most promising Israeli startups for 2013.
Israel’s Kitchenbug formats recipes, tacks on nutritional information and adds keyword tags to optimize placement in a Google recipe search.
Israeli mobile app VI lets your friends rank your personality anonymously, using a list of 40 positive traits.
Why wait until leaving university to start a business? Campus accelerators give students a risk-free base from which to research and launch ideas.
A new fast, environmentally friendly and convenient solution for those last few miles between the commuter bus, car park or train to the office and home.
Personalized medicine, agriculture, mobile programming: ISRAEL21c looks at some of the advances coming out of IBM’s Haifa facility lately.
Caesarstone was the first company to use a high-tech process to turn quartz into a brand-new surfacing product. Now the kibbutz company leads the market worldwide.