The centre, a joint initiative between Big Blue and Ben Gurion University, has now been officially launched.
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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.
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An announcement by Intel that it was spending $6bn to upgrade its Kiryat Gat plant was greeted with joy in Israel, and skepticism elsewhere.
Wireless charging has been generating a lot of discussion, but it's still not commonplace. One Israeli startup is hoping to tackle the market, using radio waves rather than magnetic induction.
Big Blue has opened its first accelerator ever, in Israel, to take advantage of the StartUp Nation's fledgling tech companies.
Microsoft's Israeli R&D team has been doing a lot of work on business intelligence, some of which has been rolled into Microsoft's latest cloud offering.
With Intel rumored to be backing the company, OrCam's glasses frame-mounted camera could help the blind - and create new categories of hardware products.
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Israeli startup KitLocate will be the nucleus of the search engine giant's move to the Middle East.
The two countries have been working on several important joint digital government projects over the past several years.
Trusteer's solutions have been deployed in tens of millions of systems, all of whom are now IBM customers.
An 'undo' button for AD could be the key to saving administrators a lot of time and pain.
The company is counting on a new center in southern Israel to help it tap into Israel's security knowhow.
One startup reckons that's its cracked how to make location-based services work on mobile without hammering battery life.
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