Category: Technology

Israelis lead search for dark matter in universe

admin | Technology, | August 3, 2017

By Brian Blum Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) is now leading the search for the illusive matter, which is hypothesized to be one of the basic components of the universe, five times more abundant…

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Nano paves the way for advanced devices

admin | Technology, | August 2, 2017

By Judy Siegel-Itzkovich Weizmann Institute and Ben-Gurion University scientists have produced an advance in nanomaterials that can lead in the future to new optoelectric devices, sensors, highly efficient rechargeable batteries and novel superconducting properties. Prof.…

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Collaborative and automated Security Operations

admin | Technology, | August 2, 2017

By Demisto Enterprise First and only platform to combine security orchestration, incident management and interactive investigation. Demisto Enterprise delivers a complete solution that helps Tier-1 through Tier-3analysts and SOC managers to optimize the entire incident life cycle while auto…

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From Robot Companions To Wall-Climbing Machines: The Israeli Companies Advancing Robotics Worldwide

admin | Technology, | August 2, 2017

By Amanda Ngo Imagine this: you’re sitting in your house. Next to you, your companion robot turns its head and begins to converse, suggesting a TED talk you might like. A helper robot brings you…

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Waze adds parking search-time feature

admin | Technology, | August 2, 2017

By Eitan Baigel   Time-To-Park gives an estimate of how long it will take to find parking at the defined destination. Popular Israeli navigation app Waze, now owned by Google, is about to offer an…

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Israel’s high-tech diplomacy in Africa

admin | Technology, Uncategorized, | July 13, 2017

Ferry Biedermann, special to CNBC.com Tuesday, 6 Jun 2017 | 10:12 AM ETCNBC.com Handout | Prime Ministry of Israel | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu greet people during his…

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6 out of WSJ’s top 25 startups are Israeli

admin | Technology, | July 13, 2017

Six Israeli company’s made the Wall Street Journal’s “tech companies to watch.” Of the 25 leading startups selected by “The Wall Street Journal,” in its article “Tech companies to watch,” six – almost one quarter…

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Technion Students Create New “Adventure Stretcher” to Hasten Hard to Reach Emergency Evacuations

admin | Technology, | July 13, 2017

Technion Students have created a new type of backboard stretcher for emergency medical situations that adapts for use in difficult terrain. The new backboard, which can also serve as a stretcher, allows the patient to…

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6 out of WSJ’s top 25 startups are Israeli

admin | Technology, | July 13, 2017

Six Israeli company’s made the Wall Street Journal’s “tech companies to watch.” Of the 25 leading startups selected by “The Wall Street Journal,” in its article “Tech companies to watch,” six – almost one quarter…

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US cyber expert warns world is losing war against hackers

admin | Technology, | July 13, 2017

Michael Daniel, a former adviser to president Obama, says ‘we need to realign how we think about defense’ By Shoshanna Solomon June 28, 2017 Michael Daniel, a former cybersecurity adviser to US president Barack Obama,…

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