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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
These Israeli start-ups were featured at the 2107 Exponential Medical Conference in San Diego last week.
By MAYA ELHALAL
“The move in locomotion from gasoline to electric, while being a crucial step, I now realize will also someday be seen as an historical footnote,” said Maniv founder Michael Granoff.
By SHARON UDASIN
OurCrowd and LetsVenture will work together to enhance international investment and business development prospects.
Fresh from the news of its $15b sale to Intel, Mobileye and its founders set their sights on OrCam, designed to help people with vision and reading disabilities.
"Think of a car that is no longer only a car but is a medium to present information."
OurCrowd managing director: “It’s sort of a two-way bridge being built between Australia and Israel.”
It seems the world is looking to Israel to bring it into the future of transportation.
By ARIANE MANDELL
With Israeli technology, there might not be such a thing as 'too late.'
By AMY SPIRO
The technology works on-demand by trapping humid air inside the device, then cleaning and drying the air and extracting the resultant clean water.
Be on the look out for these five Israeli startups.
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