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Your front door has just got smarter

The ENTR system from Yavne-based (Swedish-owned) Mul-T-Lock raises the simple door-lock to a hi-tech Bluetooth-enabled device. Using algorithms from US-owned Freescale Israel, the “combination” of global marketing and Israeli-ingenuity “opens up” huge possibilities.

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That’s smart

In MIT Technology’s Review of the 50 Smartest Companies, Israeli desalination company IDE Technologies is number 18. There is also Israeli technology in Tesla (1st), Alibaba (4th), Google (12th), Amazon (13th), Apple (16th), Freescale (24th), Bristol-Myers (26th), Facebook (29th), IBM … Continue reading

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The first scalable credit-card-size computer

(Thanks to Atid-EDI) Israeli-Arab start-up SolidRun has developed another tiny computer. The credit-card-size Hummingboard HB-i1 has 512MB RAM, two USB ports, a Fast Ethernet network port, Freescale’s i.MX6 system on chip, 1GHz ARM A9 core and costs from $45. … Continue reading

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A tiny Israeli computer for $100

Israel’s CompuLab has developed the Utilite – a 5.3 inch by 3.9 inch computer selling from $100. Inside is a Freescale i.MX6 system-on-a-chip, with an ARM Cortex A9 processor. Higher spec versions have 4GB of RAM, 512GB drive, quad cores … Continue reading

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