The Abu Ghosh restaurant in Jerusalem is encouraging diners to turn off their devices in return for a generous 50 percent discount.
The Greenbox platform uses data from the cloud to offer advice and automate tasks for those with outdoor gardens.
Israel-based Pounce uses image recognition to enable users to instantly buy items by scanning the page of a magazine or catalog.
Greenspense claims to be an eco alternative that does away with propellants to create a non-pressurized aerosol dispenser.
A new Google Chrome add-on called Lingua.ly turns any website into an opportunity for language students to boost their skills.
From Israel, the OrCam is a headset that recognizes objects in the near environment, as well as hand gestures, delivering audio information to the wearer through bone conduction.
The BillGuard app alerts users to suspicious charges in real time and allows them to keep in contact with merchants to resolve the issue wherever they are.
The Sparkup Magical Book Reader is a device that clips onto any book and plays recordings made by the child’s family members as they turn each page.
Israel-based Oxitone has created a wristwatch that measures heart rate and blood oxygen levels, delivering the data instantly to medical professionals.
VascoDe has created a platform that enables any cell phone to use advanced web applications such as Facebook, Twitter and Skype.