Category Archives: gaming

Where the Talmud and the Internet Meet

You usually wouldn't think of the internet and Talmud as a matching pair - but talented entrepreneur Benny Goldstein gets them to cooperate fully with each other with his the Animated Talmud, where viewers young and old can learn about the basics of the Talmud.

1-800-Dial My Name

Israel's NTTM enables anyone to have a 'name number,' allowing others to dial them by choosing a letter, rather than a number, combination. What's more, the system is virtually unlimited, allowing anyone to adopt any user name they want, with spaces or symbols between the first and last name.

Israel’s Game Boys

When it comes to software/hardware technology, internet content, networking, firewalls – just about any hi-tech area, in fact – Israeli companies are among the industry leaders, if not the leaders. …

Your Two Cents – and the Internet’s

Posted in gaming, on May 14, 2010 by David Shamah
Investing is confusing enough - and it's even more confusing when you parse the internet looking for expert or investor opinions on what move to make! Opinions count, though - they make up the "sentiment" that often makes the market go up or down. Bulloonz has come up with a revolutionary new system that lets investors get a picture of sentiment about the market as a whole, industries, or stocks - giving investors a new, powerful tool to help them succeed.

The Picturesque SMS

If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much is an icon on a cellphone that saves you the trouble of having to tap out words on tiny keyboards worth? For kids who are looking to express themselves creatively, as well as adults who want to save time and effort sending SMS messages, those icons are priceless; and as a result, Israeli startup Zlango's SMS icon service has captured the imagination - and loyalty – of users in Europe, the Carribean – and now the Far East.

eBiz Mobility: Banking on the Unbanked

Posted in gaming, on Jun 28, 2009 by David Shamah
Ebiz mobility has developed a payment clearing system that enables merchants to feel secure that they will get paid, without having to pay expensive premiums to billing service providers; it enables sites or cellphone service providers to grab a piece of the business that passes through their network; and it allows hundreds of millions of web surfers who would otherwise be locked out of internet commerce the opportunity to purchase digital contents and products.

Play4Skill Dominates the Online Domino Scene

Posted in gaming, on Jun 14, 2009 by David Shamah
Play4Skill's 'Domino Theory' Has Turned the Company's Dominoes Stars Site into the top domino site online. While massive multiplayer online games, like World of Warcraft, get most of the attention online, there is a large contingent of web surfers who respect tradition, who prefer to do their gaming the “old fashioned” way; playing games like – dominoes! And for them, Israel's Play4Skill has developed the Dominoes Stars site, which brings the venerable pastime on-line, allowing users to find domino buddies to play with from around the world.

Saving the Universe, One Alien at a Time

Posted in gaming, on Apr 5, 2009 by David Shamah
Maybe it’s the recession – but for some reason, care and compassion seem to be back in vogue. Just a short time ago, Donald Trump was considered a top role …

Bosses – Good and Bad

Posted in gaming, on Jan 10, 2009 by David Shamah
Why do people stay at jobs they really, really don’t like? We all know a couple of people like that – and many folks don’t have to look further than …

Classifeye’s Authentication System Helps the Poor

Posted in gaming, on Dec 25, 2008 by David Shamah
Back in the 1850s, pundits were telling would be entrepreneurs to “go west, young man.” The west has long been won, though; and experts agree that today the big entrepreneurial …