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CTech's Thursday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

Sirin Labs reveals specs for blockchain-based phone Finney. With 241 startups, and 20% Female Entrepreneurs, Palestinian tech is growing

CTech 17:1412.07.18
Sirin Labs reveals specs for blockchain-based phone Finney. Sirin, founded in 2013, is the developer of the Solarin phone, a $15,000-luxury phone touted as the world's most secure phone. Read more

 

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With 241 startups, and 20% Female Entrepreneurs, Palestinian tech is growing. A World Bank report published Wednesday provides a snapshot of the Palestinian tech ecosystem. Read more

 

Opinion: Why Facebook’s dating service will fail. Former AOL and dating service Badoo executive Amit Shafrir explains why he believes the recently announced Facebook dating service stands little chance of succeeding. Read more

 

Sports technology is at a watershed moment, says Intel executive. Intel surprised the world in 2016 when it acquired Israeli startup Replay Technologies, which develops a way of displaying sports events from multiple 360-degree viewpoints. Read more

 

News Briefs

 

Israel drops ten places in global broadband speed index. Read more

 

Sustain drug release company UroGen submits new drug application to FDA. Read more

 

Icelandic low-cost airline WOW Air pulls out of Israel. Read more

 

Israeli aeronautics company unveils military drone authorized to fly alongside civilian manned aircraft. Read more

 

On heels of Korean court win, Orbotech shareholders approve acquisition by KLA-Tencor. Read more

 

High-resolution radar startup Arbe Robotics raises $10 million. Read more
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