The Israeli company has already launched for full browsers, but it is now available for mobile browsers on the iPhone and other mobile phones.
Desktops on your browser: Yes, it's been done before, but these three companies are trying their luck at it anyway.
Palestinian-Israeli team launches its Virtual Computer that uses "cloud computing" to let users access their desktop and data from any computer worldwide.
Israeli-Palestinian start-up Ghost has modest ambitions: supplant Microsoft's Windows and create Mideast peace. News.com's Ina Fried looks at the latter issue.
Some computing processes work better when left on the ground.
Online productivity suite offers steps to get Google Docs in Zoho, but it's a bit of a canard.
At least half a dozen of the virtual desktops are now struggling to find a market. They remain positive, but analysts are skeptical.
If you can only watch 10 pitches from DemoFall, these would be good ones.
Microsoft says the new technology, which is expected to arrive in late 2009, will work with existing touch screens.
Microsoft won't do it (yet), but small start-ups are not afraid to build online OSes and app suites.