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Start Up Nation : Israel’s Playtika acquires German game startup Wooga for over $100 million to expand its casual games portfolio

Playtika, the world’s largest Social Casino games company and the maker of highly immersive social games, has acquired Wooga Gmbh, a world-class casual games company, for more than $100 million.

US-Israel gov’ts invest in US$12m of solar, storage, microgrids and efficiency innovations

BIRD Energy, a foundation jointly created by the US Department of Energy (DoE) and Israel’s Ministry of Energy (MoE) will invest around half the amount required to fund US$12 million of solar, storage, energy efficiency and microgrid projects in Israel.

Vietnam to open first direct flights to Israel

Vietnam could have its first direct flights to Israel starting next September National carrier Vietnam Airlines plans to launch two flights weekly between Hanoi and Israel’s coastal Tel Aviv City and test its economical viability.

Skoda Expands Israeli Presence With Three Startup Collaborations

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Czech automaker Škoda Auto a.s. is expanding its footprint in Israel. The company announced on Thursday collaborations with three Israel-based startups, Chakratec Ltd., Anagog Ltd., and UVeye Ltd., and stated it is already testing their technologies.

Israel Industry: Supporting Israel is supporting its industry…

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Think Israel and what comes to mind ? Other than obvious religious factors, the nation’s success story often captures the imagination.

Taking stock of Israeli ingenuity

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AUSTRALIA is increasingly playing its part in Israel’s booming technological revolution, with the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) securing its 18th Israeli company listing in June, and continuing efforts to finalise a dual-listing arrangement with the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.

In next generation of space race, Israel is at the forefront

Elon Musk’s SpaceX will launch an Israeli spaceship to the moon. And that’s just the beginning. Dozens of teams applied to be the first privately funded group to land a spacecraft on the moon and win Google’s Lunar X competition – a $30 million bounty.

Medical device company buys Israel nutritional startup

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Medtronic, a mainstay in the industry of medical devices, has purchased Israeli nutrition startup Nutrino Health.