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All the latest on technology news, startups, people and events from Israel
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.
The world’s largest maker of networking equipment has bought its tenth Israeli start-up after 15 years of investing in the country.
A fresh round of start-ups has been taken on by theTel Aviv-based Accelerator for Windows Azure, which is now serving as a model for Microsoft's accelerators in emerging markets.
The former CEO of Apple's big Israel acquisition Anobit shares his experiences of Apple culture and how the company's 1990s 'near death experience' still shapes it today.
The CEO of BroadLight, a start-up acquired by multinational Broadcom, had his misgivings about the takeover. Here, he gives his reasons for joining forces with what was formerly a competitor, and how such acquisitions have a lot in common with the first year of marriage.
Intel SVP Mooly Eden gave some broad hints on the company's future direction at a talk in Tel Aviv, with hardware and succession planning on the agenda.
For those wanting to set up a tech company, there's a lot to consider. ZDNet takes a look at some of the major start-up hubs in EMEA and what each can bring for those wanting to get their own IT business off the ground. Next up: Israel.
A Qualcomm subsidiary has announced it has bought the assets of an Israeli digital position company, as it plans to boost the pen and gesture UI capabilities of its Snapdragon system-on-a-chip.
Israeli government sys admins managed to ward off 44 million attacks against its sites in five days. Here's how they did it.
Microsoft is suing an Israeli reseller for allegedly faking Windows authentication stickers on computers it sold - but the target of the lawsuit is baffled by the legal action.