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Sunday Apr 27, 2014
  The healthcare sector is undergoing historic transition, spurred by the reforms of Obamacare and innovation in mobile, digital and nano technology. Many of these advances are in the developmental stage, such as virtual digital brains, recreational cyborgs, nanorobots in blood, gamification based wellness, full psychological simulation, holographic data input, home diagnostics, multi-functional radiology, remote touch, humanoid robots...
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Monday Mar 17, 2014
    With his salt and pepper hair and soft-spoken manner, Suneel Bandhu could easily be mistaken for a college professor. However, the ex-COO of Indian wireless carrier Tata TeleServices, presenting at Axis Tel Aviv this week, has a decidely commercial objective- finding Israeli startups for investment. As a member of Mumbai Angels, Suneel is looking to repeat the success of their very first investment,...
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Monday Mar 10, 2014
Readers of this column, exposed to heavy coverage of consumer tech conferences like CES, Mobile World Congress and SXSW, might mistake IT as consumer driven. The reality is quite different. Enterprise IT accounts for nearly 90% of annual technology spend. As the Bull Market on Wall Street marks its fifth anniversary and the US economy is projected to grow at its fastest pace since 2005, Enterprise IT budgets are soaring. In 2014, expect to...
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Sunday Mar 09, 2014
    SXSW celebrates its 21st anniversary this week with a cornucopia of music, film and digital networking. From its humble roots as an indie music retreat, it is now ground zero for digital validation. SXSW is where Foursquare and Twitter conquered the digerati and Mark Zuckerberg addressed his first prominent conference. Now the event is at a cross-roads. Bloated from its own success and drowning in a pool of corporate swag...
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Monday Jan 20, 2014
2014 will be a BIG year for Digital Marketing. 80% of B2B marketers in AdAge’s annual survey plan to boost their digital marketing budgets this year, the highest proportion ever. A new wave of Israeli marketing technology startups, including Insightera (acquired by Marketo, Mintigo, Kenshoo, Tracx, Oktopost, BrightInfo, Sales Predict and others are helping CMOs get more bang for their digital buck. In 2014, the bucks...
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