2012 was a year of innovation and progress. To celebrate the New Year, ISRAEL21c looks back at the top stories of the year.
Mindojo will allow people to create an online course that automatically adapts to each student’s needs and learning style.
‘Pixplit is the first app that uses the concept of connecting with people in the third degree of separation,’ says Israeli co-founder Jay Meydad.
During the venture’s first year, more than 60 different ‘Lofters’ raised an accumulated $8 million.
New Israeli app lets you turn to the crowd for inside information on parking spaces about to open up in the big city.
Dodging missiles, Israeli distance-learning tech specialists bring laptops to pupils in bomb shelters.
13-year-old Beersheva boy develops app that gives users a taste of life under fire.
BriefCam’s video synopsis technology takes first place for physical security at Homeland Security conference.
Geniuses behind an interactive video platform and an in-classroom early-intervention program are to get $18,000 prizes.
Developer of NASA-designed skyTran chose Israel as the perfect place to pilot the software-guided personal transport pods that glide on a cushion of air.