Innovation & Tech

Photo: Bringing Israeli Innovation to African Villages

Israeli women – and tech – connect African villages to water, electricity Israeli organization, Innovation: Africa, was founded by Sivan Ya’ari. Innovation: Africa is recognized for their work in bringing Israeli innovation to African countries, including: Malawi, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Senegal and Ethiopia. They currently involved in 104 projects […]

March 22, 2016
Haifa Haifa: Where Old Meets New

Alexander (Sasha) Chuchin, SDM Contributor Haifa, much like the rest of Israel, is built on a paradox. It’s the curious meddling of the biblical with the futuristic, the oldest with the newest. Take the modernized railway line from the centre of Tel Aviv, bypass the University of Tel Aviv’s main campus across the Yarkon River […]

March 15, 2016
cisco Cisco buys Leaba Semiconductor for $350-400m

Tali Tsipori, Globes The Israeli startup provides innovative solutions for major infrastructure challenges. Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO) has reportedly acquired Israeli company Leaba Semiconductor for $350-$400 million. Read more at Globes.

March 3, 2016
forbesisraeltop30 Forbes Israel Reveals Top 30 Under 30

Yesterday, Forbes Israel released – for the first time – its list of top 30 under 30. These are individuals who excel in areas such as business, technology, media, culture, and more! Here are a few from the list: Roy Reznik (27), Co-Founder of Adallom, which was sold last summer to Microsoft MSFT +3.22% for $320 million […]

March 1, 2016
screen322x572 This app is totally SAFE4YOU

A new free smartphone application lists comprehensive vital information about the best health services around the world. If you didn’t catch that play on words, there’s a new app called SAFE4YOU – developed by Tal Erez, a 24-year-old law student from Petah Tikva. The app lists comprehensive vital information about the best health services, including 3,000 hospitals, around the world. […]

February 29, 2016
c26_titanium800 From Russia with love

Russian venture company Titanium Investments is planning to sink $50 million into Israeli tech companies in the coming year, the firm said Tuesday. Titanium Investments has definitely done their homework before expanding into a new market. With minimal travelling from Moscow to Israel, this multi-national company sought out the markets with the greatest potential of success […]

February 25, 2016