US-based internet company Google is set to open an incubator in Israel next year, according to comments made by Yossi Matias, director of Google’s Israeli research & development centre, on Sunday.

The comments were made at Google Israel’s annual development conference. The incubator is planned to commence operations when Google Israel moves into its new offices in Tel Aviv, and will initially be made up of 20 pre-seed stage startups, chiefly those which work with the kind of open-code…

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