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Microsoft and Other Tech Giants Expand Operations in Israel

US tech giant Microsoft has expanded its data chip development center at its research and development facility in Israel.Haaretz reports that the expansion at its...

Israel Thwarts Cyberattack on Several Hospitals

Cybersecurity experts and Israel’s National Cyber Authority has succeeded in stopping a cyberattack on the computer networks of four hospitals throughout the country. The...

Israel High-Tech Industry in Freefall

Israel's State Control Committee discussed on Tuesday the effects of the corona pandemic on Israel's high-tech industry. At the opening of the meeting, representatives...

KLA-Tencor Corporation purchases Israel’s Orbotech for $3.4 billion

Orbotech Ltd., an Israeli high-tech firm, was purchased by KLA-Tencor Corporation in a deal valued at $3.4 billion. The agreement was announced today (Monday). ...

Israeli company Spacing provides coworking spaces for growing global market

As the future of the traditional workplace rapidly shifts, coworking has become a global phenomenon with more than 14,000 coworking spaces around the world....

Israeli researchers develop ‘game-changing’ tech that could make computers run 100 times faster

Hebrew University researchers may have developed technology that will make computers and other optic communication devices run 100 times faster. “In the world of...

PM Netanyahu set to announce new defense plan featuring ‘quantum technology’

Prime Minister Netanyahu teased the upcoming announcement at a conference hosted by the Israel Ministry of Science on Monday.

Watch: Israel unveils new technology designed to rescue injured soldiers from enemy territory

The unmanned aerial vehicle can currently carry only one injured soldier, but the IAI plans to continue to develop the technology so that multiple...

Elon Musk starts a Twitter war with “Hypocrite Big Media Journalists”

Billionaire tech mogul Elon Musk spent hours arguing with journalists after he announced he will start a new site for rating journalists' credibility. ...

After discovering bug, Twitter urges all users to change password

The company has asked its 330 million users to change their passwords after discovering an internal bug that interfered with the hashing process. ...