Honda, Toyota, Hyundai and others are seeking out technology and expertise from the Israeli automotive startup scene.
One of the world's top venture-capital firms has shared some of its formulas for success, and Israel has an important place in those plans.
A debate is rumbling around the security community over the safety of the way next-generation firewalls work.
Trying to prevent hacking attacks is a losing proposition, says Illusive Networks CEO Shlomo Touboul. Keeping them busy with phony data is a much better strategy.
Most companies would jump at the business opportunity in the development of a deep-dive intelligent data analytics platform. Not Intel.
Tech companies, including IBM, see medical technology as important to the future health of populations - and their own.
Intel is hoping its next generation of processors will persuade hardware buyers to upgrade their ageing machines.
Integration between Intel and Google tech will bring 3D and virtual reality apps to Android smarphones this year.
From cloud development to working on its Prime Air delivery system, Israel is emerging as an important development center for the company.
As it expands its IoT offerings, the chip design firm is teaming up with Tel Aviv's Sansa Security.
Once, applications at the office, like workers at the office, were supposed to be 'professional'. Not anymore, says SAP's Sam Yen.
Israeli startups will bring their creative inspiration to the tech giant's processors and chips, the company hopes.
With WakingApp's do-it-yourself augmented reality app creation platform and an Epson Moverio, things may soon look very different.
The German software company may be late to the IoT party, but it's targeting four key areas where it hopes it can make its presence felt.
Intel didn't 'throw in the towel' on Thunderbolt, says exec - in fact, the new standard will allow the platform to bloom as never before.