Technology
The war didn’t deter young techies from around the world to come to Tel Aviv for a hackathon.

Israeli media software makes online video addictive

TVinci aims to make connecting with content on the Internet as simple as possibleIf you thought YouTube was addictive – well, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Recently launched media management platform TVinci, the brainchild of three young Israeli entrepreneurs, looks …

Israel’s AllofMe helps put your life in perspective

“It’s a way of trying to figure out history and information,” Addy Feuerstein, founder of AllofMe.It was a desire for organization over his digital assets that led Addy Feuerstein to found Internet start-up AllofMe. “It was a way of trying …

IBM acquires Israeli start-up XIV

Hunting for storage technologies: IBM has now snapped up Israeli start-up XIV.IBM has acquired XIV, a little-known Israeli storage technology company based in Tel Aviv, in what is likely to be its largest acquisition in Israel. Under the terms of …

Israel’s 2pad helps keep your online pictures private

“We would like to see 2pad as the service to strengthen personal relationships instead of seeking new friends online,” says CEO Aaron Boublil.It’s always amazing how much people will reveal about themselves on media sharing sites like Facebook or Flickr. …

Solving your product problems with Israel’s FixYa

FixYa CEO Yaniv Ben-Saadan: He found hundreds of web sites recommending which consumer product you buy, but nothing that helped him trouble-shoot the product afterwards.When your iPod has a bug, who do you call? Apple? Chances are that even if …