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CTech Daily Roundup: There are currently over 25 Israeli companies working on 5G related tech, from giants like Intel to small early-stage startups

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5G Tech | Israeli companies leading global 5G revolution. There are currently over 25 Israeli companies working on 5G related tech, from giants like Intel to small early-stage startups. Read more


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A 5G supported cellphone. Rafael Kahan A 5G supported cellphone. Rafael Kahan

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Apple TV+ acquires rights to Israeli spy show Teheran. "Teheran" tells the story of Tamar Rabinian, a young Hacker from Unit 8200—the Israeli military's equivalent to the NSA and British GCHQ—that is sent under a false identity to Tehran for a dangerous mission, which is supposed to support the attack on Iran's nuclear facilities. Read more


Amid tourism slump, TripActions raises $125 million in convertible-to-IPO financing. The funding gives the company more flexibility to weather Covid-19 while accelerating investments in TripActions Liquid and expanding its global enterprise sales and European operations. Read more


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