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Tweet During the past week it was revealed that Israel and China are considering collaborating on renewable energy. The Stuxnet virus that crippled computers around the world and specifically Iran, likely set back the country’s nuclear program by 2 years and more companies in Israel and abroad are looking to hire Palestinians. Cleantech 1. Brightening […]

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 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 A few months ago I had the opportunity to meet Daniel Shein of IDC’s Media Innovation Lab (MiLAB) and to hear about the project he was working on then. Shein has since started LoFT with two miLAB friends and released its first  project, LooKATOR, an application for Google Android phones. LooKATOR uses Augmented Reality to enable […]

Tweet Israeli companies Kaltura and Clarizen have been included in IDC’s top 10 innovative applications companies under $100M to watch. According to IDC chosen companies were identified based on whether they exemplified one or more of three key trends in applications today, which the company cited in January 2009 to be: Acceleration of software as […]

Tweet During the week of September 20, 2009, Nefos announced that it will use Magic Software’s business and process integration suite, iBolt. Waze continued to garner attention for its user-generated mobile road map application and analysts expect the online community software market to reach $1.6 billion by 2013. For these stories and more, check this […]

Tweet During the week of September 6, 2009, IQWind was named a top 100 cleantech company and Tufin Technologies, among other security companies, found that phishing scams are increasing again with the end of summer. IBM Israel played a major role in developing SAPIR, a video and photo search technology that the company claims is […]

Tweet During the Week of August 16, 2009, DroidSecurity was revealed to be developing consumer and enterprise security software for Android phones and netbooks. Wanova raised $13 million for its new breed of desktop virtualization software and Israeli researchers demonstrated how DNA evidence can be fabricated. For these stories and more, check below for this […]

Tweet Last week Crescendo Networks announced that it raised $5 million in funding. The company, which provides software that enhances the Web application delivery process, will use the money to “further fuel sales expansion” and to move its corporate headquarters to Menlo Park in California, though engineering and some operations will remain in Tel Aviv. Since […]

Tweet During the week of June 28, 2009, news surfaced that Toyota is mulling investing in Israeli hi-tech companies that can help make its cars cleaner, while it seems that clean technology investments are increasing again. Indicating that virtualization is still a hot investment, Neebula, which develops management tools for virtual computer environments and was […]