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CTech's Sunday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

CTech's Sunday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

Telit sells automotive unit to China’s TUS International for $105 million. Gett intends to pull out of U.S. market, report says

CTech | 15:54  15.07.2018

 Gett intends to pull out of U.S. market, report says. Gett plans to sell New York-based ride-hailing app Juno, which it had acquired as a foothold in the U.S. in April 2017, Bloomberg reported Sunday. Read more

New York taxis (illustration). Photo: Getty Images New York taxis (illustration). Photo: Getty Images New York taxis (illustration). Photo: Getty Images

Fasten your seat belts and download these apps: Israeli travel app worth your attention. Israel’s travel tech sector is booming with new startups. Here are some noteworthy local travel apps. Read more  

“Facebook bill” progresses in Israeli parliament. The bill will give government attorneys a fast-track to have content they deem as illegal or inciting removed by court order from social network sites. Read more

News Briefs

Israeli regulator issues warning about two algorithmic trading firms. Read more

Tel Aviv-listed blockchain mining terminates North American OTC ADR program. Read more

Nasdaq sends notice of delisting to interception company Ability. Read more

Spacecom moves forward with $55 million deal with unnamed company. Read more

Following FDA clearance, BioSight to launch clinical trial for treatment of leukemia. Read more
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