Technology
This illustration shows the DeOrbiter 1 microsatellite attached to a much larger communication satellite after the rendezvous and docking process, and pushing it to the "graveyard orbit."

Big brother IS watching

An Israeli startup has developed a potentially game-changing surveillance camera that can both monitor a panoramic field and zoom in on details.   Multiple high resolution zoomed windows taken with a single Adaptive Imaging camera. In the movie Enemy of …

Let the Web content roam free

Amobee hopes to enable content creators to survive today’s free Internet culture by providing their output in exchange for embedded advertising. Is this Google’s next acquisition?   Amobee: a backend telco-grade infrastructure for mobile operators. Web publishers worldwide are in …

Israeli company weaves new jobs into North Carolina

Israeli textile manufacturer Shalag will invest $17m. in a new plant and fly over to teach American workers the technology.   Galilee-based textile manufacturer Shalag is now building a new manufacturing facility in North Carolina. An Israeli textile company has …

Elevating your site a RankAbove

Using artificial intelligence an Israeli start up will analyze your blog or website and tell you how to optimize it to meet your sales or advertising goals.   Helping to get your site noticed: On the right – Mayer Reich, …

Is this the end of the iPhone?

More device than phone, the First Else is an all-Israeli challenge to the iPhone that promises to change the cell phone game and even potentially shift its center to Israel.   Designed from the ground up, the First Else could …

Sorting the bad guys from the good

Israel’s WeCu claims a 95 percent success rate for its new terrorist detection system that monitors reactions to visual stimuli at airports and checkpoints.   Taking a different approach to airport security: Ehud Givon, CEO of Israeli security detection company …

Israel’s Affordy streamlines the netbook revolution

Affordy’s Linux-based operating system has a Windows “look and feel” that will appeal to Windows users who move over to the more affordable netbooks.   “Within a few minutes, users have a ready-to-go computer that they can start working with …

Websites that can tune into their customers

In just over a year, 30,000 clients in 191 countries have adopted Israeli company Kampyle’s feedback system, allowing them to discover what their customers really think.   Kampyle has come up with a solution to ensure that customers feel their …

iPhone home wherever you roam

The customizable iPhoneTrip from Israel means your ‘travel phone’ can hold GPS, translator software, restaurant and hotel advice and more, and you’ll never pay roaming fees again.   With the custom-made iPhoneTrip you have all the software, applications and information …