Intel acquires Israeli mobility start-up Moovit for $900m.

The addition of Moovit will accelerate Intel's plans to transform Jerusalem-based subsidiary Mobileye into a "complete mobility provider."

Intel set to purchase Israel's Moovit for $1 billion - report

Intel and Moovit refused to comment on the report when asked by The Jerusalem Post.

Israeli arrested for spying for Iran

The man, whose identity is under gag order and cannot be published, was indicted on serious security offenses in the Lod District Court.

Intel AI gives women career advice for Int'l Women's Day

The AI said that women should fully invest in their careers, be confident, network, love, and trust their guts.

Intel enables French soccer fans to watch games in 360°

Intel's "True View" enables broadcasters to show instant replays and highlights from every angle, including the player's point of view.

Intel invests in smart buildings in Israel

Intel's box-shaped, 10-story building is covered in glass and will accommodate up to 2,700 of its local 13,000 workforce.

Intel's Israeli exports soar by 70% to $6.6 billion in 2019

Intel has exported a total of $60b. of goods since commencing operations in Israel in 1974, the company said.

A general view of a Mobileye autonomous driving test vehicle, at the Mobileye headquarters
Intel demos autonomous car equipped only with cameras in Jerusalem

Mobileye, Intel's Israel-based autonomous driving unit, showed the car navigating through four-way intersections with no traffic lights, and changing lanes to weave into traffic.

Palestinians take part in a rally marking the 31st anniversary of Hamas' founding, in Gaza City
Intel. officials debate alternate paths toward a ceasefire with Hamas

Many of the current IDF intelligence officials believe a long-term truce is possible.

Multinational corporations represent 'backbone' of Israeli tax revenue

Israel is currently home to 362 active multinational corporations, employing 62,000 workers.

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