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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....

First Israel Prize in technology and innovation goes to ‘Start-Up Nation pioneer’

The first laureate of the Israel Prize in technology and innovation has been chosen: CEO of the Israeli cybersecurity firm Check Point Gil Shwed....

US-Israeli cyber tech firm reaches $30 million in investments

The Israeli-US cyber technology firm CyberX has raised an additional $18 million in investments, bringing its total investment amount to $30 million. The company...

Bloomberg ranks Israel among top innovative countries in annual index

Israel was ranked as the 10th most innovative country in the 2018 Bloomberg Innovation Index published on Tuesday, scoring high in the research and...

Israeli security firm discovers Tinder defect could expose users’ actions on app

Researchers from an Israeli security firm discovered that when Tinder users are connected to a shared Wi-Fi network, they are able to see other...

Israeli startup’s innovative prostate device receives European CE approval

The Israeli medical device startup Butterfly Medical announced last week that its innovative medical device for non-surgical, office-based treatment of Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH)...

Israeli startup partners with boxing champion Floyd Mayweather

Today, undefeated boxing champion Floyd Mayweather announced a partnership with Israeli social casino company Playtrex: “As soon as I saw Wild Poker, I knew...

The Israeli MRI invention being hailed as a game changer

New Israeli technology allows doctors to conduct MRI tests on premature newborns and babies without having to administer anesthesia to the infants. At the...

Israeli breakthrough: Yissum Research Development Company announces 3D food printing platform

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Yissum Research Development Company unveiled an incredible technological breakthrough for 3D printing: personalized food based on an edible, calorie-free...

Germany’s Continental in talks to buy Israel’s Argus Cyber Security

According to reports, Germany's Continental AG is in advanced talks to buy Israel's Argus Cyber Security for $400 million.