“It’s common knowledge generally in Israel that your data gets leaked all the time. Your data is out there, it’s happening.”
“My father thought it could be a problem for an Arab to go to a Jewish high-tech company. But I really like it here.”
Miriam Schwab has worked her way to the top, founding two companies of her own — in a headscarf and with a brood of seven at home.
Every nine days, a child in the United States dies from vehicular heat stroke.
It’s LinkedIn meets Tinder.
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Israeli startup Barkid has created a ‘smart bracelet’ for parents to track their youngsters.
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A Chinese consortium has agreed to acquire the Israeli Playtika, Caesars Interactive Entertainment’s online games unit, for $4.4 billion in cash.