Tired of your smartphone dying on the go, having to buy expensive battery packs or wasting time at mobile charging stations? An Israeli start-up has developed an inexpensive, disposable smartphone charger that could provide the solution. Read more at JPost.
Ron Miller, TechCrunch Israel is a small country with a thriving security startup industry, and Microsoft appears to be have a taste for them. On Tuesday, Microsoft announced an agreement to acquire Secure Islands, its third Israeli security firm in the last year. Read more at TechCrunch.
Have you ever regretted sending a message to a certain someone on your phone and wished you could take it back? Now, there’s an Israeli app for that. SessMe has created an app that which allows you to delete messages you’ve already sent. Oops…the moment you take a photo, thrilled and happy you press the […]
For those of us that remember Alanis Morisette’s “ironic” song full of non-ironic events, here is an updated version with a shout-out to Waze, one of our favourite apps developed in Israel.
For years Israel has been dubbed the Start-Up Nation, and it is not slowing down. With startups like Waze, Gett Taxi and Interlude, there is no doubt that Israel has earned this title. To stay on top of the latest and hottest tech coming out of Israel, here’s a list of 15 Israeli start-ups to […]
CNN names Tel Aviv as one of the world’s best cities to launch a start-up Tel Aviv has recently been named one of the world’s best cities to launch a start-up. Want to know why? Here’s what CNN have to say about it: “For a young country with a relatively tiny population (7 million), Tel […]