The Israeli company has developed SWIR sensors to provide autonomous cars heightened visual capabilities in restricted visual conditions at significantly reduced cost.
ConsenSys founder Joseph Lubin talks to "Globes" about his vision for Ethereum and its new development center in Tel Aviv.
Prifender has created a fully automated, enterprise-ready data privacy platform that discovers and maps personal information across all networks.
The company, which developed a voice-based social platform, is laying off all its employees in Israel.
Reuters says that Israeli chip company Mellanox and activist fund Starboard Value are near agreement on the composition of Mellanox's board.
Zimperium has broadened its portfolio of mobile device security solutions by acquiring Mi3 Security's machine learning based application security.
Apple has two official importers in Israel, but no retail store.
The robot cleaning company for swimming pools has been booming since US company Hayward's acquisition offer was turned down by Kibbutz Yizrael.
A large European truck manufacturer has bought the Israeli company's quad-camera vision system for detecting obstacles.
The Tel Aviv-based company specializes in cybersecurity for industrial control networks.
Dan Bodner refused to comment on the report that Verint will acquire cyber intelligence company NSO.
Eko has developed interactive video technology that enables viewers to choose how the plot will continue.
Israeli high-tech provides LGBTQ employees with rights and benefits that should be extended to all, writes Facebook Israel executive Elad Brindt-Shavit.
This year's Viva Technology show highlighted Africa's emerging high-tech scene, but Israeli startups made an exciting contribution.
Israel has over 600 smart car and transport startups. "Globes" looks at some of the lesser known promising companies.
A senior delegation from Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi and many others are coming to next week's smart transport event in Israel.