Construction methods have hardly changed over the decades. Now Israeli tech companies are stepping into the void.
The industry’s wizards likes to tell a good story, but sometimes they exaggerate to the point of criminality.
DeviantArt, a Los Angeles-based web platform, lets artists showcase and sell their original work online for free.
Israeli startup Articoolo claims its AI engine can create original content on any topic in just minutes – and we won't know the difference.
It can fly between buildings and below power lines, attain speeds up to 115 mph, stay aloft for an hour and carry up to 1,100 pounds.
Cyberattacks during the U.S. presidential election and Hamas’ hacking of Israeli soldiers' smartphones suggest just how pervasive a threat cyber attacks are becoming. Can Israel retain its defensive technological edge? Can citizens retain any privacy?
A look back at a year in which the internet produced an American president and fake news, much of it driven by people who used to exist on the digital margins.
The study by the Neaman Institute also finds that the quality of research is in relative decline and warns of an impact on the country’s tech industry.
The acquisition of Cimagine is the first in Israel for Snapchat.
While Israeli municipalities increasingly embrace technology and innovation, no one’s figured out yet how cities should be run in the future.