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CTech's Wednesday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

The gap between Nvidia and Intel’s Mellanox bid? $148 million; Israel tests an incentive-based program to fight traffic jams

CTech 14:5024.04.19
The gap between Nvidia and Intel’s Mellanox bid? $148 million. A Monday SEC filing by Mellanox revealed additional details about the negotiations that led to Nvidia’s $6.9 billion acquisition deal. Read more

 

A traffic jam in Tel Aviv. Photo: Reuters A traffic jam in Tel Aviv. Photo: Reuters

 

 

Israel tests an incentive-based program to fight traffic jams. Participants could make up to $555 by avoiding entering urban areas during rush hours. Read more

 

Dell Technology Capital, Avigdor Willenz back IoT Security startup VDOO. Tel Aviv-based VDOO uses a machine learning-based engine to automatically analyze security vulnerabilities in connected devices. Read more

 

Opinion | More than three years in China, and ordering a coke is still a challenge. Mandarin is considered one of the most important languages to acquire, studied by the likes of Mark Zuckerberg and Donald Trump’s grandchildren. There’s only one problem—non-native speakers find it nearly impossible to master. Read more

 

Hyundai, Dentsu back audio search engine AudioBurst with $10 million investment. As part of the deal, AudioBurst will collaborate with Hyundai and Dentsu to develop personalized voice-based advertising and in-car infotainment services. Read more 

 

Teva discontinues development of cluster headache drug. Under Teva’s brand name Ajovy, fremanezumab has already been approved in the U.S. and Europe as a preventative migraine treatment. Read more

 

Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Janssen partners with sustained drug release company UroGen. The two companies will collaborate on the research of a “therapeutic area of mutual interest.” Read more 
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