Skycure Launches Mobile Hacker Detection Software
Many companies are shifting towards a "Bring Your Own Device" policy for employees. While saving the company the cost of buying its employees smartphones, the policy poses a potential security threat. Israeli company Skycure has just launched a solution in the form of protective software.
October 22, 2013
Yevvo App For iPhone Debuts A New Take On Live Micro Broadcasting
Many social networks are all about the "now." Twitter and Facebook can both give you an idea of what your friends are currently doing. Israeli startup Yevvo takes this notion a step further with live video broadcasting from your smartphone.
August 14, 2013
Mossad: Use Your Smartphone To Become A Spy
With its new game, simply titled "Mossad", Israeli gaming company Geonuts wants people to live out their cloak and dagger fantasies using a common, yet sophisticated gadget – the smartphone. The game uses augmented reality and location-based tracking to enable players to act as spies.
November 08, 2012
KIDO’Z’s Children-Friendly Browser Makes The Jump To Mobile
Israeli startup KIDO'Z, which gained popularity with its kid-friendly web browser, that blocks inappropriate content and offers kid-friendly content, has made the jump to mobile. The browser is now available for android users, who want to feel more comfortable handing their phone or tablet to their kids.
October 12, 2012
ClickTale’s Advanced Web Analytics Monitors Every Click Online
ClickTale, an Israel-based company, enables website owners and designers to understand exactly what their users like and don’t like on their site, with a tracking solution that watches every move a user makes inside a webpage.
August 20, 2012
WeTrip: Real-Time Travel Info To Your Mobile Device
Israeli app WeTrip allows travelers to get real-time travel information on the go, write traveling tips and feedback and contact others traveling in the same area.
July 11, 2012
Uppsite Turns Your Site Into A Mobile App In 2 Minutes
Startup Uppsite converts websites into functioning native or web apps within two minutes, free of charge. The apps allow user engagement and social sharing - and are even submitted to the various app stores by Uppsite.
June 12, 2012
Wink To Call Your Mother, Blink To Hang-Up
Israeli startup Umoove created a hands-free solution for mobile devices. Their algorithm, using the mobile camera, can detect facial and eye movements in real time and operate functions such as dialing or launching applications.
May 30, 2012
Cellrox: New Technology Splits One Mobile Phone Into Two
An Israeli startup can turn your Android operating systems into two independent environments: one for work and one for personal use. With a single swipe, users can move from one setting to another, removing the need t o carry around two mobile phones.
April 05, 2012
Phone App To Pimp Your Video Clip
Pimp My Clip, a new iPhone app from the Israeli software company Baboonix, is the first video enhancement app available in the Apple’s AppStore that offers a friendly editing platform for smartphones. The app offers many graphics and sounds to enrich videos that were taken on-the-go.
July 16, 2011
MicroPointing: Israeli Company Develops World’s Smallest Mouse
An Israeli startup's 1x1 mm mouse could take a starring role in everything from mobile to medical technology as design goes smaller. Applications could range from tiny mouse-controlled medical devices inside the body to gaming devices with two micro-mice positioned to let player's thumbs control the action.
June 04, 2011
Controversial App Tells You How Much Radiation You Absorb During Mobile Chats
An Israeli startup that launched a popular mobile application telling users how much radiation their brain is absorbing during every mobile phone conversation is now shifting its attention to children, due to increasing exposure.
May 08, 2011
Startup Develops Mobile Video Projector Smaller Than Your Little Finger
The days when we place our cell phones on the table and screen films and TV shows from it are quickly approaching. Several companies have been racing to be the first to launch wireless projectors smaller than a little finger.
February 27, 2011
New Search Engine Says It Will Do To Video What Google Did For Text
Search engines are getting smarter by the minute- after Google’s revolution in text based sites, a new kind of search engine uses patent-pending computer vision algorithms that can actually see the video’s content.
February 20, 2011
Israeli Startup Brings Facebook to Low-spec Mobiles
Facebook has rolled out a new application targeting lower-spec feature phones. The app was developed in conjunction with the Israeli-based start-up Snaptu.
January 23, 2011