Remember when we reported that Google was planning to buy the Israeli traffic app Waze for a sum close to $1 billion? That was undoubtedly a huge sum of money for an Israeli startup, but it turns out that there have been many other successful exits this year.
Israelis Yair Amit and Adi Sharabani of Skycure made international headlines earlier this year when they discovered that the personal information of users of LinkedIn was at risk. LinkedIn was…
In yet another major Israeli hi-tech success story, Onavo Ltd., a Tel Aviv-based start-up, was snatched up by Facebook last week for somewhere between $100 – 200 million. The company…
In the summer of 1995 Israel experienced its worst fire ever. Ten minutes to the west of Jerusalem, sky-high flames bordered both sides of the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem highway. With strong…
We all know what it’s like trying to keep the lights out at home to reduce our electricity bills, but how do companies or even mega-corporations handle that?
Thanks to John Chambers, the CEO of Cisco, the Start up Nation is about to become digital. It seems as though Israel has been chosen to be the recipient of a new and powerful fiber optic system and will showcase as the first example of an entire state going digital.
The MiNID communication device, which is the brainchild of Israel’s RAD Data Communications, came away with the top telecom product award at the 2013 NetEvents Technology Innovation Awards.
In one more step towards boosting Israel’s economy, Prime Minister Netanyahu recently met with Chinese officials during a five-day state visit to the far East superpower.
n these progressive times of powerful computers, instant digital information and the ability to reach out and “touch someone” with the click of a computer key, it is stunning that we have not been able to find a viable solution that addresses the most important issue affecting millions across the globe
For a young Israeli company to build an app that brings together both Google and Facebook in battle is quite a feat.