The Israeli tennis tracking system PlaySight's SmartCourt provides real-time feedback and instant video for players everywhere.
A Will.i.am investment in Israel seems likely after a trip this summer, in which the Black Eyed Peas founding member met with 5 tech companies.
Touch screen furniture sounds like science fiction, but MUV Interactive's wearable Bird device has the potential to change how we interact with our sofas.
Prosthetic fin designed by an Israeli industrial design student applies aerodynamics to helping the turtle swim.
The 3D hologram-guided heart surgery shown on an episode of 'Grey's Anatomy' is reality, not science fiction.
A credit card fraud warning app developed by an Israeli startup can tell you when your credit card data has been hacked – faster than the other guys.
A Tesla Mobileye partnership means Tesla Motors' vision for the future may be playing out on roads in Israel right now.
Shoes that help prevent falls may soon take the place of canes or walkers. The B-shoe system corrects balance to help protect seniors from falling.
Turning food waste into energy, while keeping it out of landfills, is the goal of a renewable waste-to-energy plant under construction in Charlotte, N.C.
Tablets in the classroom are expected to number 3.5 million by the end of the year, while publishers are rushing to create interactive learning materials.
These incredible bridges from across the globe incorporate smart, innovative features with beautiful designs.
These five countries are taking water conservation, desalination and clean water technology to the next level.
Tech to help the blind has been the focus of recent student projects. See how Microsoft's Kinect technology can help the blind navigate with sound cues.
Tel Aviv University and Tsinghua University announce the XIN center, a $300 million project to research nanotechnology and other emerging fields.
An underwater camera that can capture images of the surface from below, with minimal distortion, was developed at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.