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Team8 photograph Hanan Greenblatt Intel joins Team8 cybersecurity syndicate

Intel will join Team8 cyber syndicate members who include Microsoft, Cisco, Qualcomm, AT&T, Citigroup, Accenture, Nokia and Mitsui.

Mexican president Photo: Reuters Israeli co helps Mexican gov't spy on opponents

The Pegasus program breaks into smartphones and eavesdrops and monitors calls, text messages, and e-mails.

cyber security SoftBank invests $100m in Israeli co Cybereason

Cybereason’s proprietary, automated SaaS cybersecurity technology and advanced monitoring services have protected hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies.

Harel Tayeb Photo: PR Robots are friends, not foes

Using robots to handle the most mundane work will free up people to focus on more important and creative tasks, argues Harel Tayeb.

Viva Technology Show  photo: Brett Kline Israeli startups hot in Paris

Israeli firms at the Viva Technology Show displayed software taking over what we assumed were exclusively human preserves.

start-ups Israeli IoT co Augury raises $17m

The intersection of IoT and AI allows Augury to provide machines with a mechanical nervous system and the awareness to optimize their own health.

Alexey Chamilov Photo: PR How to stay competitive using online business

Having an excellent product is not enough without online marketing knowhow, quality manufacturing and distribution, and infrastructure, explains Alexey Chalimov.

Startups Photo: Shutterstock Israeli AI code co Codota raises $2m

The Codota pair-programmer, now available for Java, suggests the most appropriate code to developers in real-time.

cyber security Gartner names cyber co empow "cool vendor"

Tel Aviv-based startup empow optimizes and orchestrates an organization's existing security tools.

GM BOLT electric car Photo: PR GM to test autonomous cars on Israel's roads

GM Israel and Mobileye have both received Transport Ministry permits to test their cars on the country's highways.

Cyber security Photo: Shutterstock Kaspersky opens Jerusalem future tech lab

The center will research cyber threats that target new technologies, including Internet of Things, embedded systems, automotive and industrial control systems.

Eli Abayan and Nir Segal Photo: Rami Zarnger TV production platform co eTribez raises $3.5m

The company's platform has been used in more than 150 productions in 15 countries.

Startups Political risk evaluation co GeoQuant raises $4m

GeoQuant combines political science and computer science to address current inefficiencies in measuring political risk for investors.

Amnon Shashua, Ziv Aviram  photo: PR Mobileye shareholders approve Intel acquisition

Intel will pay $15.3 billion for Mobileye, which has a $14 billion market cap.

Compulab Photo: Company website CompuLab files for $24m Nasdaq IPO

The company makes microcomputers, computers without fans and computers on modules.

Rami Sass Photo: PR Open source software co WhiteSource raises $10m

The Israeli startup grew revenue 300% year-over-year for the last three years by tapping the need to better track and secure open source assets.

GM BOLT electric car Photo: PR GM Israel unveils autonomous car prototype

Based on Chevrolet's Bolt electric car, the prototype is being tested on public highways in Israel.

siboni autonomous car Foresight begins Nasdaq trading Thursday

Starting tomorrow, the Israeli auto-tech company will switch to the US reporting format.

GuardKnox Photo: Eyal Yizhar Israeli co GuardKnox protects cars from hackers

After years of technological warfare in the air force, GuardKnox's founders want to safeguard cars against cyber break-ins.

Prof. Nadav Katz  photo courtesy Hebrew University Hebrew U wins gov't quantum communications tender

The Hebrew University's Quantum Information Science Center will lead a project to develop secure communications technology based on quantum physics.

cyber security SafeBreach named 2017 Gartner Cool Vendor

SafeBreach allows security teams to safely validate their security controls using breach and attack simulation technologies.

siboni autonomous car Auto-tech co Foresight set for Nasdaq debut

Developed for border control, Foresight's 3D systems and cameras for cars operate in complete darkness and all weather conditions.

Nadav Zafrir Photo: Eyal Yizhar "8200 graduates aren't like 23 year-olds in Texas or Norway"

Team8 CEO and former Unit 8200 commander Brig. Gen. (res.) Nadav Zafrir explains how much Israeli high tech owes to the army's technological units.

Bill McDermott Photo: Kfir Ziv SAP CEO: We'll double our focus on Israel

Bill McDermott tells "Globes" that SAP wants to get back to the levels of investment in Israel that it had in the past.

Giora Yaron Photo: Inbal Marmari Dr. Giora Yaron: Startups need carrots not sticks

The veteran Israeli high-tech businessman tells "Globes" that Israeli companies must be alert to growing global competition.

Amnon Shashua Photo: PR Will Israeli auto-tech stay Israeli, or go to China?

GM's Herzliya development center is one model for the industry, but Chinese money and ambition may dictate another.

Lee-Bath Nelson and Moshe Molcho Photo: PR LEO Lane planning 3D printing revolution

Lee-Bath Nelson and Moshe Molcho founded the company to help companies save money by reducing inventory.

Prof. Yossi Matias Photo: Eli Yizhar Google Israel R&D center punches above its weight

Google Israel R&D chief Yossi Matias: Capabilities in Israel have made it more significant than its size.

Noa Ruschin-Rimini Photo: Korey Howell Grid4C uses AI to optimize energy consumption

CEO Dr. Noa Ruschin-Rimini: Grid4C can make everybody an electricity producer and seller and identify malfunctions in the home before the consumer knows about it.

Prof. Ziyad Hanna Photo: Eyal Yizhar "High tech is built on cultural differences"

Haifa based Cadence VP Prof. Ziyad Hanna believes that high tech can be the glue that connects Israel's Jews and Arabs.

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