ReplyAll takes an interesting approach to curating content online.
To boost your productivity and peace of mind, here are 5 Israeli apps that could help.
Moovit uses crowdsourced data to channel information in real-time.
Now, your doctor can actually monitor whether you’re sticking to the program.
The dual propellers and accompanying battery have enough juice for it to fly for up to 10 minutes.
Smart beer taps could ensure that bars never run out of beer again. Finally big data solves a real problem.
Numerous health issues can arise if you fail to correct your posture. UpRight wants to solve that.
You’ve probably used SimilarWeb at some point. Here’s how it got to where it is today.
This is how startups are helping us live with increasingly harsher atmospheric conditions.
Tekoia wants you to continue life as a couch potato.
They’re assisting developers identify users that are likely to engage in an in-app purchase.
Rounds is banking on its emotional appeal to continue growing.
Tweezar is bringing traders and consumers closer together, which should make diamonds cheaper.
Samurai Incubate is trying to build its footprint in Israel, to help stimulate growth back home.
Now there’s no need to go wild at the airport as you try to spend those foreign coins and notes.
StartupEast has a unique program. Startups divide their time between Israel and Southeast Asia, and only ventures eyeing Asian markets are welcome to apply.
Getting to know different communities and ecosystems across the world is difficult. You have to know the right people and they’ll have to, in turn, introduce yo...