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Three founder-CEOs of Israeli blockchain startups explain their often rather grand visions for the future of their companies.
Investors in Israel’s high-tech sector have reacted with relief to a new ban on trading binary options to foreign clients that the government approved yesterday (18 June). The ban still has to be voted on in the Knesset, Israel’s parliament, and will then join the one that was approved last year on marketing such products to domestic customers.
Israel will hold a lottery to sell 15,000 apartments at reduced prices under a program to help ease starters into the housing market.
A record-setting round of fundraising by Israel-based blockchain startup Bancor has focused attention on the technology in the country.
CNBC takes a look at five Israeli companies that are at various stages in making medicine mobile.
Solar power generation company Energiya Global expects to capitalize on the Trump administration's emphasis on "fighting Jihadism".
Israel is paying renewed attention to Africa over the last few years with an emphasis on high-tech.
Israel’s energy sector is going through momentous changes due the development of its large offshore natural gas reserve.
Israel is developing significant new capabilities in aerospace, including in its commercial sector.
Dark web intelligence, bio-authorization and even plain old cloud security: Cybersecurity commands a futuristic and slightly dystopian-sounding lexicon.
Despite a successful high-tech industry, Israel suffers from high poverty levels and inequality.
Microsoft is said to have acquired Israeli cybersecurity startup Hexadite for $100 million, the Hebrew language website Calcalist reported.
When President Trump announced an arms deal with Saudi Arabia, one item stood out among the hardware: cybersecurity technology.
Israel’s economy has gone through several transformations since the country’s founding, almost 70 years ago.
Cyberspace is getting increasingly crowded with increasingly sophisticated players.
High-tech is usurping the place once held by Israel's founding myths, the ones about the kibbutz collectives and making the desert bloom.
The small Middle Eastern country of just over 8 million people fashions itself as the "Start-up nation".
Israel's intelligence agency, Unit 8200, has produced many entrepreneurs who went on to found successful cybersecurity companies.
Governments are not doing enough to protect themselves and their country from hackers and online threats, according to the head of an Israeli-based cybersecurity firm.