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Tigo Energy monitors the power from the sun

Voted one of the world’s most promising clean tech companies, Israeli-US company Tigo Energy says its key contribution is its innovative technology for managing solar systems. Despite the cutting-edge science invested in solar energy, some aspects of the industry lag …

Double-check that DNA

An Israeli life science firm proves that DNA does not indisputably tie suspects to a crime scene after all, and develops a test to authenticate it. Until just a few weeks ago, DNA evidence was considered by legal and judicial …

Keeping your data off-limits to prying eyes

By tinkering with the screen display rather than the file, IBM Israel’s new data masking technology lets companies keep confidential data concealed, even from their own workers. The problem with security is that it isn’t always so secure, admits Chani …

Data protection? Hire an Israeli bodyguard

With data theft averaging $6 million a leak, it’s a good thing two old high-school buddies from Israel developed a self-protecting data solution that travels with your files. In the UK, 28 million records were lost in a data breach. …

Israel’s one chip solution

Bid farewell to communications towers, antennas and tangles of wires. A new silicon chip from Israel can provide all your connectivity solutions in one tidy box. ATM, HDLC, POS, MLPPP. Then there’s IMA. And let’s not forget SONET/SDH, PDH, MPLS, …

Israeli company sends gas reserves into the deep

An Israeli company is developing an underwater technique for storing highly volatile petroleum gases in an effort to prevent accidents and terror attacks. When a freak propane gas explosion left Martha Stewart’s dog dead this year, questions about the safety …

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IncrediMail – Israel’s incredible story

Even most Israelis don’t know that the hundreds of millions of emoticons, animations, 3D effects and sounds that now jazz up e-mails all over the world, originate in Tel Aviv. I envy Ofer Adler. Not only is he the CEO …

Teaching the blind to see through sound

Teaching the blind to see through sound

A new soundscape language has been created by an Israeli researcher that allows blind people to ‘see’ objects, in much the same way a bat does. Sounds can delight the ears and the soul, but according to Israeli researcher Dr. …

Powering $200 billion in trade every day

Untouched by economic crisis and still conquering new territory, Israel’s Traiana has developed a foreign exchange trade processing service that’s now the market standard. “Money makes the world go round,” they say. Well, since the explosive growth of electronic foreign …

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