World Economic Forum cites Israel for high levels of innovation, but gives poor scores for institutions.
Chief scientist: Women, Arabs, Haredim must help stem Israel’s tech labor shortage | Reporty raises $5.15 million for emergency rescue app | Samsung opens incubator in Tel Aviv.
Four experts at the Technion devise a step toward production of a quantum computer, in research recently published in the prestigious journal, Science.
Intel lays cornerstone for smart building in Petah Tikva; BioLine licenses liver treatment from Ben-Gurion, Hadassah; Anodot raises $8 million for online-anomaly technology.
While some countries put hundreds of thousands of databases on data.gov websites, Israel provides access to only 300. The losses reach the hundreds of millions.
By installing low-cost battery-powered beacons that will transmit to smartphones and tablets in tunnels, Waze plans to keep drivers connected in situations where GPS is lost.
Chip designer Ceva returns to the iPhone after a five-year absence, and its stock powers to new highs on Nasdaq.
StartApp puts Barbie into the digital universe | MyHeritage to help suspected Yemenite adoptees with DNA tests | Peer-to-peer lender Blender begins global rollout, eyes IPO | Applause raises $35 million for digital-experience testing.
Ceva rallies after market learns its processors are inside the new iPhone | TipRanks in collaborative pact with Nasdaq | TASE shares lose momentum after early advance.
The CBS said gross domestic product expanded at a 4% annual pace in the quarter, up from its original estimate of 3.7% just a month ago amid surging consumer spending, imports.