Israeli army vet Ohad Elhelo returned from battle in despair, began lecturing about the conflict, stressing need for immediate change. Some lectures went viral, and he set up incubator OGS: Our Generation Speaks
Meanwhile, Israeli life science startups share of tech fundraising shrinking, study finds
'Silicon Valley' is funnier than Israeli and British shows about startups. Here's why
Deal between two Israeli companies would give them a leg up against Uber and Lyft in New York market
Carmiel-based software company bought by U.S. firm SeatGeek
Israel needs women to join the high-tech workforce, and the recruitment stage starts in schools
Third startup, hiSky, looks set to raise $10 million, proving that tech scene is still going strong
Successes like the self-driving tech company sold to Intel win the spotlight, while failures die quietly in the dark, encouraging an unrealistic attitude by entrepreneurs and investors about their prospects.
Over 100 local companies are developing technology for self-driving cars and forming ties with the world’s industry leaders. This week's Intel-Mobileye deal is likely to spur even more growth.
Its sportsmen may not be setting records or topping the rankings, but Israeli firms are world-beaters when it comes to sporting technology.