Technology
FeeX cofounders Uri Levine, left, Eyal Halahmi, Yoav Zurel and David Weisz.

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 …

IBM Israel’s R&D labs justify their huge prestige

IBM Israel’s labs employ 600 people in three separate divisions – the main research lab, the chip and electronic components development lab and the software development lab.The latest accomplishment by IBM lab technicians in Haifa allowed the company’s local management …

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