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.
MyHeritage to conduct exams for free while providing secrecy to people who think they were taken from their families and given up for adoption.
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.
Crossense is Nielsen Innovate incubator’s first exit; Partner to launch TV service next year.
Double-digit rounds come amid concerns of global tech-funding slowdown.
The founder of UPnRIDE robotics, the company behind an innovative upright wheelchair, hopes his invention will help wheelchair-bound people 'to feel like part of society again.'
Trax Image Recognition weighing IPO in Tel Aviv or overseas; Innovation Authority weighs loan guarantees for startups; Jerusalem-land discounts for tech companies are restored.
Tests show Israeli children are among the dumbest in the developed world, yet when they grow up they found startups and win Nobel Prizes. They do it despite their education?
Uber's acquisition last week of Otto, a startup founded by Lior Ron, may be a game changer in the world of autonomous vehicles.
Britain’s BullGuard acquires Israeli internet of things startup; ColorChip raises $20 million in second funding round in a year; Massive global layoffs at Cisco expected to reach Israel, too.