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On Sunday, officials announced that the fire had been brought 100 percent under control.
In the travel industry, technology has led to one undeniable fact: the consumer is in control.
Raycatch’s technology is deployed worldwide, with Europe a primary market. The company was recently recognized by the World Economic Forum as one of the most promising impact start-ups in the world.
By HILLEL FULD
For at least the first two years after treatment, follow-ups tend to be scheduled every three months and then less frequently.
By EYTAN HALON
The company aims to solve one of the greatest threats facing the telecommunications industry today.
Axis Innovation CEO Ed Frank insists that the company's sixth annual flagship conference is not simply another event dominated by sponsors, but is truly focused on the people.
Bank Leumi’s Ran Gavriel Zivan on creatively solving problems in new way.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
Jerusalem is increasingly producing some of Israel’s most exciting, impactful, and successful technology companies.
Facebook’s purchase of Onavo in 2013 gave the tech giant its first foothold in Israel.
By SPECIAL CONTRIBUTOR
The pilot project will connect all the city’s principals and a further 100 social workers to Carbyne’s hi-tech emergency platform, providing them with assistance in case of violence or danger.
The company’s ambitions for the region have sparked a home-grown competitor.
By TERRANCE J. MINTNER/THE MEDIA LINE
Ten selected start-ups will participate in the accelerator taking place in both Berlin and Minneapolis, and receive funding of up to $120,000 each.
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