By Paul Sánchez Keighley
Carry Your Computer Desktop On A Simple USB Key With Keepod’s Free Operating System
Locating a file can be frustrating when you work with several computers. Israeli company Keepod, which created a computer the size of a credit card, now offers its OS for free, so you can have your PC on any USB drive.
October 13, 2013
96-Year-Old Solar Energy Genius Harry Zvi Tabor Talks To NoCamels About Pioneering Solar Power
96-year-old Israeli inventor Harry Zvi Tabor pioneered the solar power technology in the 1950's and today he talks to NoCamels about his inventions and the difference between being an inventor and an entrepreneur.
August 13, 2013
Mazor Robotics: Revolutionizing The World Of Surgery With Robot Side-Kicks
In the outskirts of Caesarea, once a jewel in the Roman-empire's crown and now a posh town in Israel, stands Mazor Robotics' factory. There, the future of surgery is being built, with the Revolutionary Renaissance surgical robot.
June 07, 2013
Dario Turns Diabetics’ Smartphones Into Trendy Glucometers
Diabetics have to constantly monitor their blood-sugar levels and carry measuring devices that, while functional, are not really attractive. Israeli-developed Dario is a smartphone attachment that does that and more – while maintaining a sleek exterior.
March 19, 2013
Dov Moran, The Israeli Who Sold The DiskOnKey For $1.6B, Shares His Thoughts On Success, Startups And Working Until The Very End
You know those child geniuses who, instead of brandishing toy-soldiers and erecting Lego fortresses spend their childhood carefully taking electric devices apart and reassembling them to improve them? Well, Dov Moran wasn't one of them.
March 11, 2013
Will Your Next Back Massage Be At The Hands Of A Robot? WheeMe Says Yes!
In this 21st century, we might not be where Isaac Asimov thought we would be, with humanoid robots catering to our every need. But robots are definitely around us, and some can do pretty entertaining stuff, like the Israeli massage-bot WheeMe.
February 20, 2013
Researcher Creates Transsexual Prawns To Get Bigger Crustaceans
This is a story which begins in laboratories in the Negev desert and ends in aquaculture farms off the coasts of China. The heroes: prawns. The aim: bigger, more profitable crustaceans . The how: giving the prawns a sex-change.
February 05, 2013
José Abad, The Spanish Investor and Bar Owner Who Set Up Shop In Israel, Talks To NoCamels
What makes a native Spaniard leave his hometown of Barcelona and establish a VC in Israel? José Abad, a seasoned investor in solar energy, fell in love with the startup nation and since moving here has also opened a Catalan-style bar in Tel Aviv.
January 31, 2013
Keepod, The Desktop That Fits In Your Wallet, Takes On Israel
Despite digital innovation, our wallets still seem to get thicker over time: credit cards, ID cards, key cards, membership cards etc. After achieving success in Italy, Israeli startup Keepod brings its one-in-all card back home to the Israeli market.
January 23, 2013
Web Love: ‘Sharepops’ Helps Websites ‘Like’ Their Users Back
There are more than a billion users with the ability to "like" content on Facebook. If we also count tweets or "+1s", we might be nearing 2,5 billion users who can show their appreciation of online content. And yet, after that click, nothing happens. Sharepops is a website add-on that allows sites to offer something in return for online dedication.
January 11, 2013
Sync.ME: Know Everything About Anyone Who Phones You
Despite advances made on smartphone's contact lists, with so many social networks, people have many more than just one contact list. Israeli startup Sync.ME offers users a phonebook that not only synchs up with social networks, but also displays callers' information.
December 15, 2012
Weboolu: Be A Gamer Anywhere, On Any Screen
The smartphone revolution has forever changed the way we think of games. What was once the realm of gamers, spending hundreds of dollars on consoles, is now accessible to anyone with a smartphone. Now, Israeli company Weebolu is trying to take the revolution further.
November 27, 2012