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Friday, May 25, 2018
 
Israeli startups lead the way in car tech revolution
By Shoshanna Solomon
Whether detecting a baby's heartbeat or fake sensor signals in autonomous cars, local firms are on the map
 
Israeli TV airs apparently leaked photo of F-35 flying over Beirut
By Judah Ari Gross
Hadashot news shows picture of Israeli stealth fighter flying above the Lebanese capital, after it was displayed to visiting air force chiefs earlier this week
 
North Korea demolishes nuke test site with series of blasts
By AP
Destruction of facility with foreign journalists on hand intended as goodwill gesture ahead of planned summit with US
 
Jerusalem Eurovision 2019 under threat due to possible boycott – report
By TOI staff
Israeli sources say organizers concerned about venue, with activists in four countries calling for non-participation
 
From the web
Israel’s defense expertise drives tech boom for autonomous cars
Reuters: Investment from corporations that are seeking access to Israeli expertise in self-driving vehicles is pouring into startups
 
Jack Schwartz
The caricaturist and the master: On Wolfe and Roth
The recent deaths of Philip Roth and Tom Wolfe within hardly a week of each other may likely invite inevitable comparisons. In meteoric careers that both overlapped and diverged, they influenced a generation of Americans writers and captivated the public with styles and subjects that were as innovative as they were distinct. Wolfe was the journalist who wrote like a novelist, thus his virtual invention in the 1960’s of the New Journalism that used novelistic techniques in nonfiction writing. Roth teased readers of his novels with the “facts” of...
 
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi sees Israeli tech as key to future of cars
By Shoshanna Solomon
Venture arm Alliance Ventures decides to invest an undisclosed amount in car-tech focused Israeli VC fund Maniv Mobility
 
El Al postpones launch of Tel-Aviv-San Francisco route
By TOI staff
Israeli flagship carrier announces 6-month delay in direct service to Silicon Valley, because it needs to upgrade older planes
 
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