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During the week of April 18, 2010, Wibiya announced that it raised $2 million for its customizable web-based toolbars. Forbes magazine named Israel’s Shari Arison, founder of Miya, one of the world’s greenest billionaires and Testuff released a Mac version of its test management software. For these stories and more, see this week’s 11 Israel-related headlines below.

Cleantech
1. 10 reasons Israel is a cleantech leader

2. Israeli researchers develop small, lightweight hydrogen storage tech

3. Israel’s greenest billionaire

4. Israel’s TaKaDu Goes After the Other Grid: Water

Investment and Economy
5. ‘The idea was to use the crisis to strengthen the economy’

6. Trade pact with Israel to give foothold in West Asia

7. Wibiya Raises $2 Million For Customizable Web-Based Toolbars

Information Technology
8. Testuff Launches a Mac Version of its On-Demand Test Management Service

9. Trusteer detects new Zeus (Zbot) password stealing Trojan

Miscellaneous
10. TAU professor tips off US over security flaw in e-passports

11. Israel Reverses iPad Ban

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