5 Lessons Entrepreneurs Worldwide Can Learn From Israeli Culture
Lesson 1 in the "Startup Nation"? Lemons can always be turned into lemonade.
This Startup Gets You Into Spaces That Instagram Dreams Are Made of
Splacer is like Airbnb but for ultra hip event spaces, such as an abandoned church, urban greenhouse or prop studio.
5 Growing Cyber-Security Epicenters Around the World
Cyber-security companies are hiring by the droves, with some creating hundreds or thousands of jobs every year alone.
This Startup Is Developing an Electric Car Battery That Charges in Minutes
StoreDot's goal is for electric cars to travel hundreds of miles after just five minutes of charging.
The Startup Behind Popular Selfie-Editing App Facetune Raises $10 Million, Plans for New Products
This is Lightricks first-ever outside investment. The startup will double headcount and work on new photo-editing products.
Google Pilots Carpooling Program That Could Challenge Uber
Israel-based, Google-owned Waze announced a carpooling app RideWith.
5 Budding Israeli Startups That Are Hoping to Make It in the Big Apple
ICONYC, a brand new New York City accelerator, is helping Israeli startups navigate the ever-elusive American market.
The Ancient City of Jerusalem Is Seeing Rebirth as a Tech Hub
The number of startups and investors are exploding due to generous government support and a "cultural renaissance."
Tired of Plugging Your Gadgets In to Charge? One Day You Could Power Them With Lasers.
Let there be light, the laserbeam kind that could end the constant battle to keep your smartphone battery from dying.
What Two Years in the Israeli Army Taught Me About Leadership
A CEO underwent some tough training on his way to "take that hill."
Meerkat Was Just a Side Project. Here's How it Became a Viral Sensation.
Meerkat, which enables users to stream live videos over Twitter, is one of the most buzzed-about apps on the market today.