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A travel-tech showcase brought to the entertainment capital of the world a delegation of 15 Israeli start-ups with solutions for gaming and integrated resorts.
Company plans to hire 200 employees in next three years.
Japanese and Chinese supercomputers may leave start-up nation in the dust
6 Degrees uses laser-inscribing machinery to invisibly encrypt an ID on diamonds to prevent trafficking.
By MAX SCHINDLER
The fund, named Libertad Ventures, is expected to put out another call for applications to develop cutting-edge technology for its spying purposes, later this year.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Rhett & Link first signed a cooperation agreement with Wix last October.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
The deal to buy the startup is worth tens of millions of dollars.
The third annual ShukTech, a collaborative event with Jerusalem’s Development Authority (JDA), will turn the city’s celebrated outdoor marketplace into a tech hub.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Splitty, an Israeli travel-tech start-up, has figured out a way to “hack” your hotel reservation and separate it into at least two bookings, opening you up to many more discounts.
OurCrowd is banking on the future of artificial intelligence disruption.
"Let’s kick some goals together and bring #Blockchain technology to the mass market.”
The young tech wizard works nights and weekends at a sabich stall in Jerusalem’s Mahaneh Yehuda market
Israeli employees from each company will spend six months in the Chinese capital.
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