Apple, it turns out, is already a major presence in Israel's tech economy - and is set to get bigger.
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David Shamah has been writing about Israeli technology news for over a decade, both in print and on the web, and knows the Israeli tech scene and its start-ups inside out.
Niv Lilien is a senior technology writer, and the former technology section editor for ynetnews. Currently, Niv writes regularly for several of Israel's most prominent media outlets. Niv is also one of the founders of a new media initiative - Tabula Media digital publishing house, and the editor in chief of the TheUplink Hebrew tech magazine for tablets and smartphones. Lilien has a BA degree (with honours) in political science and communications from Bar Ilan University and a degree in journalism from the same institute. He is currently a graduate student working towards a master's degree in the net culture program in Tel Aviv University.
The Israeli 'franchise' of the technology innovator is remaking networks - and where it leads is anyone's guess, says CEO Danny Raz.
Microsoft is set to buy the company which supplied the technology for the Surface Pro 3, and has spearheaded the comeback of pen tech.
Plug-and-play machine learning data models that can instantly analyze information and provide intelligent insights? Yep, Microsoft has 'em, it says.
Amazon is reportedly in talks to buy a stealth-mode Israeli startup that could give its datacenters a boost.
After a second round of funding, the startup is hoping to convince datacenter owners to look beyond the one-server-at-a-time idea.
Israeli startup Freightos sets sail in the nascent digitized shipping price and schedule setting industry.
The Kano kit wants to make computing as easy as playing with Lego. Does it succeed?
With an app designed for the Epson Moverio, FieldBit has deployed the first business-oriented AR system
The health industry could really do with a shot in the arm when it comes to cost-cutting, and big data could be the answer.
Digital forensics firm Cellebrite has moved from copying contacts on mobile phones to digital forensics, helping police collar the bad guys along the way.
Siemens is impressed at what Israeli security startups CyActive can do – developing ways of mitigating attacks before they can take place.
A long-running drama seems to have been resolved, with Kiryat Gat likely to be where Intel's new chips are manufactured.
Think printing is boring? Check out this independent little printer, and think again.
12 years old and finally over: Is the Harkonnen Operation the longest-running malware campaign so far?
Cyber-criminals targeting European corporations and governments managed to stay undetected since 2002 - until one security company found them.
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- 3 Opening new doors: Why IBM spent $1bn on security firm Trusteer
- 4 Inspired by Lego, fuelled by creativity: Linux-based Kano kit wants to get kids hacking again
- 5 Israel Inside: A history of Intel's R&D in Israel