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CTech Daily Roundup: Apple secretly acquired Israeli photography startup Camerai

CTech 23:2320.08.20
Apple secretly acquired Israeli photography startup Camerai. The AR and computer vision company was purchased a year and a half ago, an example of the tech giant’s strategy of silently buying up small tech companies. Read more


Interview | “UAE-Israel agreement can be a bridge to normalizing ties with Saudi Arabia.” Pini Meidan Shani who represents Israeli cyber companies in the UAE spoke to Calcalist about the practical significance of the deal and other regional peace prospects. Read more  


Apple offices in Basel. Photo: Reuters Apple offices in Basel. Photo: Reuters

Tesla's launch in Israel to be pushed back amid local GM’s departure. Covid-19 travel restrictions believed to be among reasons behind delay due to inability to train mechanics overseas. Read more


You are not alone: Malfunctions in Google's Gmail and Drive reported worldwide. Google confirms it is working on problems in accessing and operating its popular email, messaging, and file-sharing programs. Read more


Israeli researcher uncovers wide-scale cyberattack on the U.S. and Europe. The attack, named FritzFrog, was designed to exploit weak passwords and infiltrate infrastructure systems. Read more


Covid-19 accelerates production of Israel-based EchoCare’s non-wearable radars for the elderly. Company announced plan for A1 funding round to increase manufacturing following successful trials in Israel, Japan, and Australia. Read more


Normalization in action: GKH Law Offices to hold joint tech webinar with UAE law firm BSA. Dubai investors to potentially pour billions of dollars into Israeli tech, says head of GHK’s tech and VC department. Read more


Analysis | Teva neck-deep in legal trouble with no end in sight. Each new court case is revealing that the company walked the grey line on its path to remarkable success. Read more