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N-trig, an Israeli provider of digital pens and chips for touch screens, has submitted a prospectus for an initial public offering on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, the company said on Sunday.
New York, US-based open-source video platform Kaltura bought Tel Aviv, Israel-based pay TV service startup Tvinci for an undisclosed amount to gain flexibility in the video business and grow its revenue.
Tel Aviv, Israel-based slideshow app Slidely bagged $7.3 million in a funding round led by Benson Oak Capital to beef up its mobile campaign and expand to the US.
Tel Aviv, Israel-based mobile gallery startup Flayvr grabbed $2 million in seed funding from institutional and angel investors to help smartphone users organize their gallery photos for easy viewing and sharing.
Tel Aviv, Israel-based smart calendar app Cal added a new feature called HeadsUp that simplifies meeting and appointment tasks such as taking notes, composing minutes, and assigning tasks to attendees.
Tel Aviv, Israel-based bring-your-own-device (BYOD) startup Nativeflow raised $7.5M in funding to date to allow workers to securely browse and share both personal and corporate data, according to an exclusive report by VentureBeat.
Tel Aviv, Israel-based security startup SlickLogin confirmed that it is being added by Santa Clara County, US-based Internet giant Google for an undisclosed amount in an acqui-hire deal.
Tel Aviv, Israel-based startup PowerUp Toys raised over $1 million via crowdfunding platform Kickstarter for a smartphone-controlled paperplane, with still eight days to go for the campaign.
Tel Aviv, Israel-based social review engine Yotpo raised $10.7 million in a Series A funding round led by US-based venture capital firm Blumberg Capital to expand its office in San Francisco.
Perion Network's share prices declined as the promised premium for the merger was lost.
Miami-based drug developer Opko Health, Inc. will enlist in Tel Aviv Stock Exchange to acquire Israeli drugmaker, Prolor Biotech, Inc.