Israel has arrested hundreds of Palestinians since the lone-wolf intifada began in September 2015, partly by analyzing social media posts. Authorities say these arrests are legitimate, but others see it as a grave violation of human rights
Israeli companies raise funds necessary for expansion.
A single Tesla’s Model S luxury electric car is expected to arrive in Israel next month, The Marker has learned.
GetTaxi has to get taxis for departing top-level executives, Deloitte’s Israeli branch goes snooping for U.S. Cellular, and government websites look to fend off potential hack attacks.
Israel’s strength in combining optics, computerization, display and software is helping the computer-vision trend along.
OrCam's product helps blind and visually-impaired customers by using audio feedback to relay visual information.
Israel’s first virtual currency to be launched Wednesday night.
Pango to team up with public transportation app, Tango gets major funding boost, and firm that doesn’t rhyme with Tango or Pango shines on Nasdaq debut.
Ness Technologies becomes Israel's first unionized tech company.
NSO and Cyvera will soon have American owners, but their development centers will remain in Israel.
The U.S. company is also tapping Ginger Software chairwoman Adi Soffer-Teeni to lead its team in Israel.
Wix picks Appixia, BlueStar Israel targets Jewish groups for funding and biotech firms lead the way on TASE.
Israeli tech firms staying put in Ukraine.
About 200 startups with Israeli roots are thought to be located in New York.
Ruby on Rails and Python among the new open-source software courses being taught to recruits
Pango raises $6.5m from Canadian-led group; Cybersense raises $5 million.
Titanium Core wins $1 million investment; GetTaxi may face competition here from U.S. start-up.
Shai Goitein combined technology and origami to create a wholly useless and utterly delightful idea that really flies.
Jerusalem Venture Partners plans a $120 million fund focusing on cyber security. It’s a sector where Israel is well ahead of India and China.
Israeli firm's Pegasus software enables governments to track smartphone users and remotely operate its camera.
Wall Street Journal reports Borderfree will seek $100 million in offering.
IAI branches out, while the lawyer behind Waze sale goes separate ways with law firm.
Messaging app recently denied it was in talks with buyers; 'Viber understands how people want to engage,' Japan's Rakuten says.
Long lines reported at grocery stores and gas stations as Israelis forced to use cash, checks instead.
Israeli firm has teamed up with U.S. auto producer Tesla.
Israeli open-source video software provider likely to make IPA this year
Mobile app allows users to make phone calls and send text messages for free.
Deal would value company at two levels: one for financial investors, another for key personnel.