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This Israeli startup makes websites available on mobile devices without the irritating need to zoom in and out.
Startup of the week / Zuznow, bringing the Web to your phone
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Controlling the transparency of windows with a touch is no longer science fiction: Meet smart glass and Gauzy, the startup behind it.
Israeli Startup Shatters the Way We Look at - and Through - Glass
This post by Avi Schneider was originally published by Israeli tech blog Geektime. It’s a crazy noisy world out there today, and trust me, no one’s more aware of this reality than the ad world.
9 Israeli Startups Ready to Rock the Advertising World
'Silicon Wadi,' the high-tech startup mecca in Israel offers valuable lessons about what it takes to start and run your own business. Here are three key takeaways.
The Secret to Israel's Startup Success
Yoav Leitersdorf isn't trying to build a Silicon Valley in Israel. His goal is to bring the best of Israel to the U.S.
VC Firm Raises $27.5 Million to Help Israeli Startups Break Into the U.S.
IBM's acquisition of high-tech startup Trusteer marks an unusually successful exit, with the deal said to be worth $800 million.
IBM buyout will put Israel on data security map, says Trusteer CEO
Nextpeer, an Israeli startup that’s looking to make every mobile game multiplayer-enabled, is landing on Android after racking up about 10 million monthly actives in its network on iOS.
Nextpeer, Which Brings Multiplayer Mode To Mobile Games, Comes To Android
The giant exits of 2013 don’t mean that Israeli high-tech is creating many jobs, benefiting local investors or generating much added value for the economy.
Startup Nation is Growing Up, but It Is Not Maturing with the Years
Will online shopping be even more gratifying if you know your purchases double as donations?
Inspired by Toms, Israeli startup pairs socially conscious consumers and merchants
With more than 700 early-stage startups, and as many as 5,000 overall, it's no surprise that Tel Aviv has been ranked second only to Silicon Valley in terms of being a leading tech epicenter.
10 Impressive Tel Aviv Tech Startups
Check Point and Imperva founder Kramer is estimated to be worth about $1 billion.
Shlomo Kramer to reap some $240m from Trusteer sale
Jon Medved knows the inside of Israel's exclusive venture-capital circle.
Israeli Startup Chips Away at Venture Capital's Ivory Tower