The Tel Aviv based company, which teaches children programing skills through games, has been acquired for $20 million.
Using its innovative ad tracking technology, the Tel Aviv-based company delivers granular, impression level data, on more than 30 ad-networks.
Omar Elaziz Alzaharani, a friend of Jamal Khashoggi, is demanding NIS 600,000 damages and prohibiting NSO from selling its spyware to the Saudi authorities.
Israel Chemicals alleges that a huge, group-wide IT project failed because of IBM's incompetence. IBM: The case has no merit.
Market sources put the acquisition price for Berlin-based casual games company Wooga at over $100 million.
The 135,000-square meter campus will have a 40-floor building and eight eight-floor buildings.
The carmaker's Tel Aviv Digilab has formed partnerships with kinetic storage company Chakratec, AI company Anagog and car body scanner UVeye.
"Globes" talks to scooter collectors, "Bird hunters" who are earning up to NIS 10,000 per month, and await the launch of Lime.
A startup is almost always just another small company that gets nowhere. If anything, startup is a synonym for failure, not an exit.
Yuri Milner made his money from social networks. Now his Breakthrough awards support science - in Israel too.
The only major Israeli entity to have implemented blockchain technology so far is the Israel Securities Authority.
With the timetable for commercializing autonomous cars getting longer, Israeli autotech companies are looking at parallel markets - shipping, for example.
Yossi Wolf dreamed of a robot to help families communicate with elderly parents and managers to talk to employees, so he made one.
The Israeli startup, in which Rony Zarom has invested, is sure its instant messaging can compete with Google, Slack and Trello.
Tapingo cofounder Udi Oster, whose company offers mobile ordering and pickup on US campuses, talks about his company's $150 million acquisition by GrubHub.