ISRAEL21c scouts out the most exciting advances on display at NanoIsrael 2014 in Tel Aviv, an event that drew thousands from 30 countries.
Aniways tech makes it easier to add emoticons to chats, along with a monetizing tool for app developers and a fun way for brands to interact with customers.
ISRAEL21c looks at some of the ingredients that have made the White City on the Mediterranean second only to Silicon Valley.
Introducing Naztech, the first high-tech venture accelerator exclusively for Israel’s Arab community.
Revolutionary shock-absorbing SoftWheel technology is rolling out for wheelchairs, bicycles and eventually everything else on wheels.
Launched in 2010 with a single storybook app, Tel Aviv-based TabTale has rocketed to the top 10 list of global publishers of mobile games.
A selection of companies previously featured on ISRAEL21c traveled to Washington to wow the largest gathering of America’s pro-Israel community.
You may never have heard of this Israeli gesture-recognition tech, but it’s built inside 20 million devices – maybe one you already own.
For people with disabilities, Sesame Enable turns a smartphone or iPad into a machine that recognizes face movements and hand gestures.
When it comes to finding and paying for parking spots in cities all over the world, Israeli technologies like Anagog, Parko and Pango are leading the way.