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Indigo plant Kiryat Gat photo: HP Shutterfly orders further 20 HP Indigo presses

Together with the delivery of 25 12000 Digital Presses last year, the deal with Shutterlfy is the largest in Ness Ziona-based HP Indigo's history.

Mobileye  photo PR Mobileye: We never used Hebrew University IP

Mobileye and its founder Prof. Amnon Shashua say the Hebrew University cannot re-open existing agreements on royalties.

Amnon Shashua Photo: PR Mobileye founder quits Hebrew U over royalties dispute

Prof. Amnon Shashua is resigning his position at the Hebrew University due to a dispute about the $15.3 billion sale of Mobileye to Intel.

Tel Aviv startup guide Photo: PR Tel Aviv startup scene guide to be published

A new venture focuses on Tel Aviv, Israel's technology capital, offering a Lonely Planet-style guide to Israeli high tech in English.

Cyber surveillance Photo: ASAP Shutterstock Blackstone halts NSO acquisition talks - report

The US private equity fund had been in talks to buy 40% of the Israeli smartphone surveillance company for $400 million, reports "Reuters."

Prof. Amnon Shashua (center) at CES Photo: PR Mobileye founders implicated in insider trading affair

According to an indictment filed by the US SEC, Amnon Shashua and Ziv Aviram disclosed information about the acquisition by Intel before it was announced.

Gabi Attal Photo: Eyal Yitzhar iOi builds digital profile from cellular data

Gabi Attal has founded a big data company that utilizes cellular operators and is trying to buck the Google-Facebook digital ad duopoly.

Pini Zahavi, Eli Azur Photos: Shitzur Shai Aspire Global up 30% since Swedish IPO

The Israeli online gaming company's market cap has soared to $205 million.

Micha Breakstone Photo: Javier Lorrenz Chorus.ai wants to improve sales talk

The Israeli startup, which has already raised $22 million, is transcribing and analyzing the conversations of sales personnel.

Russell Ellwanger  photo: Eyal Yitzhar TowerJazz technology in DENSO car safety system

DENSO’s rear and side radar sensor system uses TowerJazz's SiGe platform.

Gil Shwed  picture: Yonatan Bloom Check Point's share buyback totals $4.2b since 2012

The company announced the extension of its buyback program last week.

Oozi cats Telit announces CEO Oozi Cats stepping down

The company unexpectedly suspended Cats last week, following what it called "speculations."

Consumer Protection Authority  photo: PR Israeli consumer watchdog fines Booking.com NIS 3m

The overnight prices listed on the website did not include VAT.

Eli Cohen Photo: Dudi Vakhnin Economy minister: Lenovo owner plans investment in Israel

"Both acquisitions of Israeli companies and a development or production center are under consideration."

Karin Eibschitz Segal photo: Shlomo Shoham Karin Eibschitz Segal to head Intel development center

She will manage the company's 7,000 employees in its development centers in Israel.

Yair Goldfinger Marketing platform co AppCard acquires ProLogic

The Israeli company says its machine learning technology will combine with ProLogic's vertical expertise and strong market presence to position it as the leading loyalty provider for the grocery market.

Sisense  photo: Shir Newman Sisense gives leg-up to startups

Sisense is giving early-stage companies free access to its Big Data analytics products.

Oryx Vision Photo: PR Rising auto-tech star Oryx Vision not seeking quick exit

After raising $50 million, Oryx CEO Rani Wellingstein tells "Globes" about his company's LiDAR technology for autonomous cars.

ClickTale Photo: PR Israeli high-tech cos offer hundreds of job

In big data, cybersecurity, software IT, Internet of Things, AI and machine learning, auto-tech and much more, Israeli startups are hunting hard to hire qualified personnel.

Ori Reshef Photo: PR The power of the crowd for business success

Companies should pay more attention to what their customers are doing than to what they are saying, argues Clicktale's Ori Reshef

Quest Institute Photo: Eyal Yitzhar Bar Ilan applies contradictory quantum behavior

Quantum entanglement may not be understood, but that doesn't mean it can't be used, says the QUEST - Quantum Entanglement in Science and Technology - Center.

Elle-Q Photo: PR Israeli co develops robots to ease loneliness


Intuition Robotics' robot communicates with and encourages senior citizens.

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