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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.
Collecting data is one thing, using it right is something else: Microsoft's out to showcase how to turn data into information at its shindig this week in Israel.
The Watson Health Cloud - set to become an important component of Apple's health platform - is targeting medical care, IBM says.
With its acquisition of document security firm WatchDox, BlackBerry hopes to re-appeal to former customers who have moved on to other platforms.
LinX's digital photography tech is an example of a burgeoning technology ecosystem.
Tel Aviv startup OpenLegacy is bring the world of ancient mainframes together with modern web-based computing environments.
CyActive's predictive cyber-defense system is the US firm's second acquisition in Israel.
In the outskirts of Tel Aviv, Samsung's Strategy and Innovation Center takes startups and more established businesses under its wing as it looks for its next big bet.
Apple, it turns out, is already a major presence in Israel's tech economy - and is set to get bigger.
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.
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