Technology
Israel’s core Kaltura team, from left: Leah Belsky, Naama Halevi, Eran Etam, Ron Yekutiel, Shay David and Michal Tsur Shalev.

Patenting Israeli ingenuity

The Israel Trademark and Patent Office has some 200 employees and is responsible for examining applications and registering patents, designs and trademarks within the country.Few Israelis are Einsteins, but the great Jewish physicist, who was hired as a Swiss patent …

Israeli study: Tuna fishing still killing dolphins

Young dolphins keep up with their mothers by adopting a position to get a “free ride” in the mother’s slipstream. Sudden fleeing from fishing boats is likely to disrupt the positioning of mother-calf dolphin pairs.Dolphin-friendly tuna fishing could still be …

Graphic breakthrough for the blind developed in Israel

VirTouch’s technology allows the blind to see through their fingertips elements like pictures, even photographs, maps, charts and tables, and flow charts – everyday things that are today off-limits for the blind.Amazing advancements for the visually impaired have taken place …

Israeli company offers an office in your palm

The Qualitop software enables field agents to work with customers completely independently, while maintaining real-time communications with the office and interface with company systems, using the affordable and easily accessible Palm devices. Dror Shiryon knows that many of the concepts …

Shhhh… Israeli technology powers American library systems

Ex Libris systems are now used by more than three-million people at about one-thousand-three-hundred sites in fifty countries on six continents. Remember the old fashioned days of thumbing through the card catalogue at your university library, futilely trying to find …