TEL AVIV / DOVe has developed a patented Data Over Voice transmission technology to increase security and scalability in the fast growing mobile payments industry.
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August 9, 2017

How Coca-Cola Is Harvesting Innovation Energy From Startups

The Bridge is a systematic way that a large organization can engage with startups to move the needle with respect to urgent problems.


November 28, 2016

Israeli startup Dov-E uses ultrasonic sound waves to talk to your phone

This startup is navigating a new way for marketers to interact with customers, optimizing feedback and giving better, more secure service in a win-win for both sides


March 29, 2016

Ultrasound tech plus Gett taxis turn TVs into Coke vending machines

2 Israeli firms, working with Coca-Cola, may have cracked the code on how to implement same-day delivery – without drones.


October 20, 2015

Why Israel is Leading Fintech Innovation

Over the past couple of decades, Israel has developed a strong fintech ecosystem thanks to continued overseas interest, a local commitment to innovation, and a community that’s dedicated to addressing the emerging needs of this industry.


August 10, 2015

Your phone could make credit cards obsolete

DOV-E enables consumers to use their smartphones to make secure purchases from a vending machine, website, point-of-sale or even a TV or radio.


June 30, 2015

Microsoft Ventures Releases Israel Accelerator Demo Day Video

JANVEST portfolio entrepreneur, Yehuda Yehudai, and his start-up, DOVe, are featured pieces in this Microsoft video highlighting the companies coming out of their Israel accelerator program.


May 25, 2015

VIDEO: Did you know that ultrasound can help you buy a soda? Meet DOV-E, the start-up making noise noiselessly.

Ultrasound isn’t just for doctor’s offices. Israeli startup DOV-E wants to use it for mobile payments and advertising.


May 11, 2015

Think Next: Where Microsoft caught a little startup stardust

For the seventh year in a row, Microsoft Corporation’s R&D Center in Israel has pulled out all the stops to celebrate Israel’s startup scene. Their Think Next Conference, which wrapped up on Wednesday, featured 35 teams of entrepreneurs and students that could one day be Israel’s next unicorn.


May 7, 2015

Head of Microsoft’s Accelerators On The ‘Scale-up Nation’ And His Pick Of 5 Hot Israeli Startups

On average, Microsoft Ventures has invested $2.5 million in each of the Israeli startups it supported. But ThinkNext is not limited to start-ups in Microsoft’s accelerators. Of the 35 companies presenting, Weisfeld (who “doesn’t like the notion of a favorite child”) mentions several promising ones (and emphasizes ThinkNext only presents technologies “we can demo”).