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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
Audi, through its self driving car unit Autonomous Intelligent Driving GmbH (AID), is the first major carmaker to sign a multi-year partnership on Cognata's platform.
The large turnout is a sign of burgeoning east Asian interest in the “Start-Up Nation” – with 70 translators helping to grease the wheels between the two sides.
By MAX SCHINDLER
SilicoNegevBGU will award its winner 500,000 NIS for the most innovative tech idea.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
LEAD runs a unique leadership development program for teens aged 16-18, aiming to train them as the leaders of tomorrow.
Also on Wednesday, OurCrowd announced the launch of its Labs/02 seed-stage incubator, meant to invest in up to 100 early-stage start-ups over the next decade.
Corephotonics Ltd filed a lawsuit against Apple, saying it expected compensation and that Apple stole their patent.
The program will help Israeli hi-tech companies succeed in the huge Chinese market.
One of Israel’s most inspirational startups set out, but failed to build a nationwide infrastructure to support 100-percent electric cars.
By YAKIR FELDMAN
The visiting American talk-show host interrupted high schoolers as they partook in a nonstop, 24-hour hackathon held in Jerusalem’s Tower of David Museum.
The companies announced the all-cash deal on Monday.
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