Many Israeli tech firms have done just that, essentially transforming the way the world works today – and here, too, there are a lot more than 10. While what follows is by no means a comprehensive list that was originally published …

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Microsoft is buying an Israel-based company whose specialty in pointing out the security flaws in its premier products. On Thursday Microsoft spokespeople announced that it was buying Israeli cyber-security firm Aorato, confirming rumors that have been circulating for several weeks. Vice-President …

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On the eve of the Sukkot festival, Michael Eisenberg, a partner at Israeli-based venture capital firm Aleph VC, took a look at how Israel’s economy has changed over the past 3,000 years through the perspective of Sukkot. He posted it on …

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Israeli company Taboola brings native to programmatic with its recent acquisition of Perfect Market. Taboola, the leading content discovery platform, today announced that it has acquired Perfect Market, a leading provider of digital publishing software solutions for driving traffic, engagement …

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Google removed from its app store — Google Play — a mobile game that simulates Israeli attacks on Gaza. “Bomb Gaza” lets video game players drop bombs and try to avoid killing civilians. The game got the axe from Google this …

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By Armin Rosen The conflict between Israel and Hamas has sent shockwaves through the Middle East and the broader world, but the hostilities have left one aspect of life in Israel curiously untouched: the Israeli tech sector. The four weeks …

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RustyBrick, a Nyack, New York based mobile app developer, is trying to do their part in helping with the ongoing Israel crisis. Today they made their Tehillim app, for iOS and Android, completely free to download for a limited time …

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5 Ways To Turn Down the Social Media Flame Think More Carefully About Posting on Israel and Palestine By Jay Michaelson Originally Published July 16, 2014 in the Jewish Daily Forward What Did You Expect? I’d like to say that …

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Beyond technology and gadgets: Rabbi Jason Miller’s view of International CES 2014 By Alan Weinkrantz January 12, 2014 Originally published in the Times of Israel I’ve just returned from the International CES show in Las Vegas, where 150,000 of us walked miles of …

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Is there a better way for a country to encourage Jewish techies to come do business in their country than to offer kosher food? Probably not. And that’s why China has been making a strong push for technology entrepreneurs from …

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