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In first, Israeli app helps kids beat cyber-bullies

The online world is rife with danger, but Red Button gives users a way to fight back


Israel's new radar system is largest yet

Israel's new radar system is largest yet Development of the advanced, portable ULTRA-C1 has been completed, and may be used by the IDF in coming years.


High-tech Israeli helmet aims to prevent flight crashes

Life-saving system takes control of plane if pilot loses consciousness; air force personnel to be fitted with device


Israeli-developed micro-antenna to treat tiny digestive tract tumors

Development of the technique is expected to be completed within a year, pending funding.

Refael Yukha: I’m amazed how many talented people there are in Ukraine

The creative director of the “Platform” coworking space on the future of anti-offices in Kiev

Top 10 authentic Israeli homes for rent

The most unusual apartments, tents, houses, caves and studios that you can rent in Israel

From Fastov to Silicon Valley

The 24th of February is the birthday of Jan Koum, the founder of WhatsApp

Ilya Kenigshtein: When you’re at the bottom, the only way is up

Continuation of the talk with the entrepreneur and civil activist

Oded Lotan — an Israeli importer of knowledge

The director of the Edinburgh business school talks to Jewishnews.com.ua about business education in Ukraine

Ilya Kenigshtein: Ukraine will have 3G in a matter of months

Israeli entrepreneur assists Ukrainian reforms

We work for Israel

10 Israeli companies with offices in Ukraine

The Jews who revived the Sich

The Feldman family has a wide range of business interests: from manufacturing steel pipes to advertising and tourism. And they also restore Cossack sites.

Artyom Berman: “You can develop an IT-company in Ukraine, but you won’t be able to sell it to anyone later”

He is the executive director of StarWind Software, a mentor of IT incubators, father of four, traveler and blogger. All this is already impressive in itself, but there is another fact about Artyom: at the age of 16 he broke his neck when he jumped into the Dnieper. He has been partially paralyzed ever since.

Eduard Rubin: “Go to the Soviet Union, this is Ukraine – it’s a different country”

The founder and director of Telesens talks about the Kharkov community, the specific nature of doing business in Ukraine and the politics of the “transitional period”.

Dmitry Fedorenko: “There are practically no projects like ours in the world. Perhaps only sales at churches”

The founder of the “Murakhi” project on how to raise money for charity, when no one has any money left

Stanislav Gluzman: “At that time I was playing poker professionally”

The young businessman and founder of the “Jewish business club” talks about things that may interest independent Jews, and what Jewish places to visit.

“Vishnevsky didn’t look depressed, he also had other businesses.”

On 20 November, the member of the board of trustees of the Kharkov community, banker and former advisor to the Kharkov governor Vadim Vishnevsky was taken to hospital with a gunshot wound to the head, and died shortly afterwards.

Israeli project FUGU luggage creates “explosion” on Kickstarter

Everyone who travels frequently is familiar with the problem of choosing a suitcase of suitable size. Isaak Atlas’s Israeli start-up promises to solve the dilemma of all die-hard travelers, with the FUGU luggage universal suitcase, which can change its dimensions.


Uber To Make $1 Billion Investment In China

"To put it frankly, China represents one of the largest untapped opportunities for Uber."


Website guide WalkMe raises $25m

WalkMe is a platform that makes the end user's experience simple, effortless, and efficient


Amazon to expand its operations in Israel

Amazon expected to rent space to accommodate about 150 employees, apparently in Herzliya


Cyber security co illusive networks raises $5m

Founded by Check Point R&D veteran Ofer Israeli, illusive networks is targeting targeted attacks


Israel’s Technion Receives Gates Foundation Grant for Tuberculosis Breakthrough

More than 2 billion people around the world are estimated to have tuberculosis


Waze tops in sharing app user satisfaction, study shows

Analysis of thousands of reviews shows that the Israeli-developed traffic application is most popular among users