Technology and innovation news from the Start-up Nation.
MK Eli Cohen told Maariv that "monopoly companies in Israel use their power in order to extort prices. This bill would oblige entities defined as a monopoly to publish reports and dispel the fog."
Students from Shenkar developed two technological systems: A traveling drone system to cut transportation and delivery, and an image processor for kindergartens.
Med-tech company Allevetix has developed a medical device that mimics the obesity- and diabetes-suppressing effects of gastric bypass, but without the need for surgery.
New partners bring strong international background, experience in building management teams, and scaling companies to sales of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Johnathan Kobanni and Omri Chacham have developed Treedi, a multi-layered screen platform that is both innovative and promising. After creating a proof of concept, they ask themselves: “now what?"
"The demand for cyber has remained healthy in the last year and I hope it will stay that way," said Check Point Chief Executive Gil Shwed.
The five projects from the accelerator's first program offer a look at the next wave of indie games from Israel’s growing game development industry.
The data speak for themselves: there are 2,383 hi-tech companies in Tel Aviv, whereas in all the other nine cities, including Jerusalem, Herzliya, Haifa and Ra’anana there are only 2,311 companies.
While economists and policymakers propose working plans, an Israeli agricultural and biological technology company says it has made a scientific breakthrough that can help lower bread prices.
Is the bubble bursting? • “The Israeli high-tech market is mature and responsible”