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Israeli Firm Sues Apple Over Patents in iPhone Camera Lenses

Israeli company Corephotonics filed a lawsuit against Apple yesterday, just as Apple was awarded $120 million by the Supreme Court after a prolonged battle with Samsung. Corephotonics, a maker of dual lens camera technology, claims that the cameras featured in the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus infringe on four of its patents.

The young cyber security researcher known only by his Twitter handle @MalwareTechBlog, says he found a way of slowing the spread of WannaCry by chance

German Company Continental Acquires Israeli Automotive Cyber Tech Firm

Continental, a Hanover, Germany-based developer of technologies and services for sustainable and connected mobility of people and their goods, is acquiring Argus Cyber Security, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based automotive cyber security company. The amount of the deal was not disclosed.

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Hyundai to Open Research and Development Center in Israel

The Hyundai Motor Group has decided to invest more than $100 million in building a research and development center in Israel, one of five new R&D centers the South Korean car manufacturing giant is setting up throughout the world, Israel Hayom reported on Wednesday.

The term 'cloud computing' uses remote servers connected by the Internet to store information, rather than a local server

IBM Acquires Israeli Data Startup

American computer hardware behemoth IBM Watson is buying Israeli start-up Cloudigo, its founder said on LinkedIn over Rosh Hashana weekend.

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Chinese Investors Eying Israeli ‘Green’ Tech Market

The Algemeiner reports: JNS.org – An Israeli delegation headed by Environmental Protection Minister Ze’ev Elkin is visiting China to bring Israeli firms specializing in green technology together with Chinese companies looking to invest substantially in the growing industry.

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U.S., Israel Increase Cooperation on Missile Defense Systems

TEL AVIV, Israel — Two U.S.-Israeli industrial teams working on jointly funded missile defense programs are ramping up production of three distinct interceptors that collectively defend against an entire spectrum of threats, from short-range rockets to Iran’s most advanced, medium-range ballistic missiles.

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Microsoft Acquires Israeli Tech Firm Cloudyn

Back in April, we began hearing that Microsoft was in the process of buying Israeli cloud startup Cloudyn, a company that helps customers manage their cloud billing across multiple clouds.

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Porsche to Invest in Israeli Auto-Tech Industry

German automaker Porsche announced on Thursday it will invest tens of millions of euros in Israeli auto-tech startups, following a trend by US automakers including Ford Motor Co. and high-tech firms like Intel heavily buying into Israel’s emerging self-driving car market.

The Intel logo is displayed at the entrance of Intel Corp. headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif., Monday, April 18, 2011. Intel Corp. reports quarterly financial earnings Tuesday, April 19, 2011, after the market close. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

Intel Buying Israeli Car Tech Firm Mobileye for $15 Bn

Intel will buy Israeli car tech firm Mobileye for more than $15 billion (14 billion euros), the companies said Monday, in a deal signalling the US computer chip giant’s commitment to technology for self-driving vehicles.

Eran Gartner (L), the Chief Executive Officer of Megalim Power Ltd, speaks with a Spanish worker in charge of the welders in front of the solar receiver at the construction site of the Ashalim solar tower near the southern Israeli kibbutz of Ashalim in the Negev desert on May 26, …

Israel Constructing World’s Tallest Solar Tower

Deep in the Negev desert in Israel, stands what will be the world’s tallest solar tower. Once complete, the tower will be 250 metres tall and encircled by 50,000 heliostat solar mirrors.

at the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center January 9, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. CES, the world's largest annual consumer technology trade show, runs through January 11 and features 2,700 exhibitors showing off their latest products and services to more than 130,000 attendees.

Israel Tech Innovation Fest Draws Asian Companies

The usual mix of international companies, startups, government representatives and investors descended on Tel Aviv for the annual DLD Innovation Festival, a celebration that has become the central event of Israel’s innovation week.

BERLIN, GERMANY - DECEMBER 17: A Volkswagen logo and hood ornament in the colors of the German flag is visible on the front grille of a car on December 17, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. Volkswagen is continuing to struggle with the consequences of its emissions cheating scandal, in which the …

Ex-Israeli Spy Chief Joins Volkswagen in Cyber Security Venture

Volkswagen is forming a company with the former head of Israel’s Shin Bet intelligence agency to develop cyber security systems for Internet-connected cars and self-driving vehicles, the partners said in a statement on Wednesday.

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Israelis Crack Secret Message App Used by Islamic State Terrorists

An Israeli cyber-intelligence company claims to have penetrated a private messaging forum used by Islamic State to plan and inspire attacks against “extremely specific” western targets, including American military bases in the Middle East.

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World Bank Seeking Tech Education Advice in Israel

The World Bank is looking to Israel for advice on how to improve STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education, and recently completed a mission to the Jewish state to study what policies can be copied.

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Israeli App to Guide Olympic-Goers Through Rio Streets

The Times of Israel reports: RIO DE JANEIRO — The Israeli app Moovit will guide tourists and local residents to the fastest and safest routes to and between competition venues at the Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer.

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WATCH: Israel’s Defense Tech Should Worry Iranians, Says IAI Head

The Times of Israel reports: Iran has good reason to be concerned by Israel’s defense capabilities, a senior engineer at the Israel Aerospace Industries, a government-owned company that manufactures military and civilian aircraft and products, said on Saturday. “We are

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WATCH: Israel ‘Suicide’ Drone Being Used In Azerbaijan Battlefield

The Jerusalem Post reports: An Israeli-made “suicide drone” has allegedly been spotted over the battlefield where Azerbaijan and Armenia have clashed in recent days, The Washington Post reported Tuesday. Video uploaded to YouTube reportedly shows what appears to be the IAI