hi-tech

The gateway to Asia stretches beyond China for Israeli innovators

HI-TECH AFFAIRS: Alternative landing pads for start-ups in Asia range from Japan and South Korea to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore.

26/06/2020
HILLEL'S TECH CORNER: Append Medical works to take unknown out of strokes

The company has developed a minimally invasive medical device, called the Appligator™ that aims to reduce stroke risk in patients suffering from atrial fibrillation (AF).

26/06/2020
Tel Aviv-Jerusalem ranked world's 6th strongest start-up ecosystem

The report also praised the number of start-ups per capita in Tel Aviv, the highest in the world after Silicon Valley, as well as the country's response to the coronavirus outbreak.

25/06/2020
Dropbox introduces new family plan

Life has become more chaotic than ever, with work and home tasks blending together like never before.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
25/06/2020
OrCam: Hi-tech for low vision

The OrCam MyEye device attaches to eyeglasses and translates images to sound; and OrCam Read reads text.

By SHLOMO MAITAL
02/07/2020
The Beezee buzz

Georgina Green launches a delivery app for small businesses

By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
02/07/2020
Israeli AI leader DiA receives FDA clearance for ultrasound solutions

The addition of two new FDA clearances to DiA's LVivo toolbox reflects changes in the MedTech industry, with ultrasounds and AI-based analysis solutions becoming more valued by healthcare workers.

25/06/2020
TEL AVIV’S congested Ayalon Highway in 2014.
Tel Aviv's Ayalon Freeway to serve as autotech testing ground

Most of the pilots being tested are in the fields of smart vehicles and smart transportation, and most of the companies involved will be focused specifically on autonomous transportation.

23/06/2020
TWITTER’S THEATRICS over Trump’s tweets are ineffective, politicized, and unhelpful at a time of ext
Big tech selective outrage

The hypocrisy and politicization of social media networks are contributing to political polarization and social divisions.

ARBOX CEO and co-founder Alen Debensason (left) and co-founder Ran Lev
Why COVID-19 helped teach the need for remote servicing

“The COVID-19 taught us that digital is no longer optional”, said Tal Daskal, CEO and Founder of Easysend.

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