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Tweet It’s been a busy month for Trusteer. The company, which offers secure browsing services, was named a Red Herring Europe 100 winner last week and Amit Klein was named CTO of the Year by InfoWorld Magazine recently. The criteria for the Red Herring award included financial performance, technology innovation and execution of strategy. According […]

Tweet During the week of March 21, 2010, a plan for Eilat to have Israel’s largest wind farm was revealed. LucidLogix raised $8 million to boost game graphics chips and Wanova’s desktop virtualization software was released. For these stories and more, see this week’s 14 Israel-related headlines below. Cleantech 1. South Korea Looks to Collaborate […]

Tweet During the week of January 17, 2010, Israeli mobile ad tech company Mobixell announced that it bought Internet firm 724 Solutions. A new report indicated that most Israeli hi-tech companies are planning to hire this year and the Google breach from mainland China was further analyzed. For these stories and the rest of this […]

Tweet Last week Google threatened to pull out of China after Google internal systems were infiltrated by hackers. In the aftermath of the news, there has been extensive media coverage of the challenges of doing business in China and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has received most of the blame for the security lapse. Amichai Shulman of […]

Tweet During the week of January 3, 2010, Dot Hill bought storage company Cloverleaf for $12.5 million. China’s Sanhua invested in Israeli solar firm, HelioFocus and new vulnerabilities were discovered in Twitter and Google Calendar. For these stories and more, check below for this week’s 9 Israel-related headlines. Cleantech 1. Are Energy Advances in Israel […]

Tweet During the week of December 6, 2009, Israeli President Shimon Peres launched his own YouTube channel to encourage peaceful dialogue and announced that he will be going to the Copenhagen climate conference representing Israel. Information security company, Promisec thrived during the recession and Israel as a startup nation was looked at in a different […]

Tweet Using their own independent studies, VeriSign and Israel-based Discertix both recently released the smartphone security trends they expect to see in 2010. According to VeriSign CTO, Kenneth Silva, who recently spoke in Seoul about the likely mobile device threats in 2010, “An attack on the mobile device operating system will affect the phone contacts, […]

Tweet During the week of September 13, 2009, Better Place and Renault announced that the first electric vehicles will arrive in Israel in 2011. Perfecto Mobile, now known as Nexperience, raised $7 million and Commtouch released a report about a sharp increase in the amount of new viruses. For these stories and more, check out […]

Tweet During the week of August 23, 2009, Chevron and BrightSource announced the groundbreaking for a solar-steam project that will power one of Chevron’s oil fields in California. News continued to spread about Web application delivery provider, Crescendo Networks’ planned move to California while Israel’s IT market is expected to reach about $6.3 billion in […]

Tweet DroidSecurity launched last week its DroidSecurity Internet Security Suite, the first antivirus security suite for devices using Google’s Android operating system. The antivirus application features: – VirusFree & VirusFree Pro: Inspects and cleans Android smartphones from malware, viruses, SMS spam and suspect applications to secure device integrity. – FindR: Tracks and locates lost/stolen phones, […]