They’re weird enough for science fiction, but real enough to work – ISRAEL21c explores some of the strangest scientific developments coming out of Israel today.
The Internet company recommends DesignPax display and banner ad design firm to hundreds of thousands of customers — and the creative work is all done in Israel.
Israel’s Magisto helps you transform hours of homemade video into exciting two-minute clips at just the click of a mouse. YouTube is already on board.
Israel’s Mobileye is the global leader in the vehicle safety market with its advanced driver assistance system that helps you avoid a collision.
Israel’s Siano will debut its proven technology for streaming television to mobile devices, changing the way America watches its favorite shows.
The multinational IT firm has opened a Center of Excellence in Herzliya and an R&D facility in Beersheva to capitalize on Israeli cloud computing ideas.
You don’t have to be a high-tech whiz to add subtitles and links to any online video, thanks to Israel’s Subber website.
Israel’s Qwilt offers a cost-effective, easy-to-implement solution to help ISPs thin out the traffic and deliver a better experience to customers.
In an impressive year for Israeli science, ISRAEL21c reviews some of its most popular stories of the year, from breakthroughs in cancer, to mind-controlled computing and solar windows.
Israel’s Drippler aggregates all relevant news and info relating to subscribers’ high-tech toys, making it simpler to use devices to their full potential.