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Which Israeli company is being accused of spying and how much did Microsoft pay for an Israeli startup?

Which Israeli company is being accused of spying and how much did Microsoft pay for an Israeli startup?

CTech Daily Roundup: Amnesty report claims NSO’s Pegasus was used to spy on a Moroccan journalist

CTech | 22:02  22.06.2020
Amnesty report claims NSO’s Pegasus was used to spy on a Moroccan journalist. The human rights group conducted a forensic examination of Omar Radi’s phone and found digital fingerprints of the Israeli cyber company. Read more

DiplomaTech | Israeli tech companies should treat South Africa as a springboard to whole continent says trade attaché. South Africa, and Africa in general, aren't the most attractive markets for Israeli companies, but the long-term benefits make the effort worthwhile. Read more 

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Microsoft announces the acquisition of Israeli IoT security firm CyberX. The Israeli cyber company has raised $48 million to date. It was founded in 2013 by Omar Schneider and Nir Giller, graduates of Israel’s IDF encryption unit. Read more

MeaTech sets sights on Nasdaq listing. Bioprinting meat company’s stock surged 22.3% on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange on the news and has climbed over 200% on the year. Read more

Technion researchers call on Israel to speed up 5G deployment. Asking Netflix to stop streaming in HD won’t cut it, the country needs more bandwidth to cope with Covid-19 era demands. Read more

Can Israeli companies help Cyprus develop its own startup nation? The country’s vision to become a ‘digitally smart’ tourism destination was presented in a recent webinar. Read more

 

SciPlay acquires Israeli game developer Come2Play for undisclosed sum. The American digital games publisher welcomes the Israeli team to help them move beyond casino games. Read more

Israeli defense exports drop by 5%, ministry to focus on G2G deals. Head of exports division says Covid-19 devastated global defense sector, Asia Pacific countries remain biggest buyers. Read more

Israeli startup OneView raises $3.5 million in seed round led by TPY Capital. Company’s product replaces human fed tagging of vast amounts of imagery with artificial intelligence. Read more

Nacht’s aMoon raising new fund to invest in early stage companies. Velocity Fund has already invested in NanoGhosts, Vocalis Health, and IBEX. Read more

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