Israel is called the “start-up nation.” But Tel Aviv start-ups aren’t the real core of the country’s success — kibbutzim are.
‘What will I tell my mother?’
Every nine days, a child in the United States dies from vehicular heat stroke.
Israeli tech played a role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Could it help prevent the next upheaval to democracy?
5 business lessons from the crash of Israel’s Better Place
Meet the man behind CUPS in the 4th installment of “Why Is This Interview Different From All Other Interviews”
Deciding it was high time to get a real coder’s point of view on the tech scene in Israel, I met up with Yaakov Gamliel, a Colombian-born Israeli developer, to hear his take on what’s really going on in Israel these days.
When it comes to helping drivers, there’s no shortage of in-car technology from GPS navigation to collision-warning systems. But now start-ups are tackling a perennial source of frustration – finding a parking space.
Jill Abramson is back in the news. The ousted Times editor plans a media startup that would pay writers a whopping $100,000 for longform journalism pieces.
Israeli startup Meta is set to take on Google Glass with its own model of augmented reality glasses, the Meta Pro, unveiled over the weekend.