Appdome, the mobile industry’s first cloud hub for mobile app integration, is announcing “Appdome for F5 Anti-Bot Mobile”—a service that enables codeless, automatic integration of F5’s Anti-Bot SDK with any mobile app. Read more on Business Wire here.
US footwear and clothing giant NIKE Inc. (NYSE: NKE) announced last night that it has acquired Israeli computer vision company Invertex Ltd. to strengthen its digital technology platforms. Read more on Globes here.
Nike has acquired Tel Aviv-based fashion technology startup Invertex Ltd. in an effort to expand its digital technology expertise, the American fashion brand announced on Tuesday. Read more on Calcalist here.
Among the leaders in the investment drive in Israel’s digital health innovation is OurCrowd Qure, a newly established venture fund focused exclusively on investing in the digital health space. Read more on Medtech Insight here.
Mahindra Electric today joined hands with self-drive rental platform Zoomcar, in a bid to offer its 100 electric vehicle ‘e20 plus’ on the latter’s platform in the nation’s capital. Read more on BloombergQuint here.
The Kenna Application Risk Module extends the Kenna Security Platform to enable enterprises to proactively measure, track, and reduce business risk across their entire application attack surface. Read more on PR Newswire here.
Stringify, an IFTTT-like app that lets consumers control and automate their smart home devices, was quietly snatched up by Comcast last fall to join the company’s larger efforts involving the smart home and the Internet of Things. Read more on TechCrunch here.
“Gainsight’s Technology Ecosystem is pivoting the world around the customer, and we’re extremely excited to be a part of it,” said Mark Organ, CEO of Influitive. Read more on Nasdaq GlobeNewswire here.
Gil Abraham, Director Product Management at Corephotonics—an Israeli company that specializes in the development of smartphone camera solutions—has taken the opportunity to author a white paper titled “Triple cameras: Are three better than two?” Read more in DPReview here.
We’ve covered the Highcon Euclid III before but being able to see firsthand the level of detail possible with the device makes it easier to comprehend what it is truly capable of. Watch the video on Package Printing here.