Innovation - Page 42

From wooden to wondrous: The technology of wheelchairs

As medical science improves so many facets of our lives, the humble but vital wheelchair also advances.

Yahoo bolsters its streaming tech with startup acquisition

Web giant's purchase of Israel-based RayV is part of a push toward more video content offerings.

Bitcoin now truly global with an estimated 200 ATMs worldwide

Tel Aviv hotel is latest spot where people can purchase and exchange the digital currency that is gaining global acceptance.

Innovation: Africa brings Israeli solar, water tech to African villagers

The nonprofit organization has helped more than 670,000 people.

Basketball players get an assist from trampoline training tool

Tamir Goodman's invention aims to make players stronger, faster and more competitive.

FreeD technology puts a 360-degree spin on instant replays

Startup lets TV viewers watch sports highlights in slow motion from every angle.

Is PlayBuzz the next Buzzfeed?

It's the 29th most popular website in the U.S. and the seventh most-read on mobile. Meet Shaul Olmert, the man behind PlayBuzz.

Eureka! Student creates free online software for genetics research

Sagi Abelson's Eureka-DMA program gives a graphical representation of gene test results.

Cloudy with a chance of cell service

The electromagnetic signals between cell towers could be used to measure rainfall, snow and fog.

Software partnership helps small businesses go mobile

A new partnership between mobile app-creator Como and cloud-based software provider Booker gives small businesses their own dedicated mobile booking app.

Company promises to make your air conditioner smarter

Sensibo, an Israeli startup, has created a device that affixes effortlessly to your existing remote-controlled AC unit and turns it into a smart appliance.

Live-streaming service adds a monetizing option

Now you can get paid for video broadcasts to your friends and followers.

Startup changes the business conference game for the better

A Q&A with Bizzabo co-founder Alon Alroy.

Flying cars are almost here at last, and their first stop is Tel Aviv

SkyTran CEO Jerry Sanders says his new elevated transit system is going to transform transportation. Here's how.

He's building robots that move like animals – including people

Meet the Israeli researcher who devotes his career to giving robots the same qualities as animals and humans.