Read on for a review of Israel’s 2016 exits, technologies at CES and more from the Startup Nation.
Start getting this weekly newsletter via email: Subscribe now
Changhong’s H2 smartphone lets you scan objects for molecular
Chinese tech company Changhong is unveiling a new smartphone, the H2, that can scan objects for molecular authenticity using a technology developed by Consumer Physics and Analog Devices (ADI). Read more.
OurCrowd & Portfolio Companies in the News
- prooV featured in Jerusalem Post
- ReWalk featured in TechCrunch
- BriefCam featured in Wired
- VocalZoom featured in Business Wire
- MUV Interactive featured in Jerusalem Post
- Argus featured in PR Newswire
Israel tech exits totaled $10 billion in 2016
Israeli high-tech companies closed 104 exit deals in 2016 for a total of $10 billion, up 12 percent from 2015. Read more.
Women’s high tech status improves in 2016
Ethosia CEO Eyal Solomon: We’re seeing a positive trend that is no less than a revolution. Read more.
The coolest Israeli technologies wowing the crowds at CES 2017
From wearable technologies to artificial intelligence, the Israeli delegation to CES 2017 is showcasing a wide set of solutions for the consumer electronics industry, some of which are truly game-changing. Read more.
- Flytrex lands $3M to make drone delivery a thing (TechCrunch)
- Taboola acquires Israeli company Commerce Sciences (Globes)
- Cyber security company Checkmarx prepares for Nasdaq IPO (Globes)
- BMW, Intel, Mobileye pledge self-driving fleet by end 2017 (Times of Israel)
- Israeli biotechnology startup Nurami Medical raises NIS 2.5M (Times of Israel)
Subscribe for weekly updates about the Startup Nation to your inbox.
See this week’s original newsletter here.