Apple to unveil the iPhone 7Tech giant Apple is expected to unveil a new iPhone line shortly.
Israeli company compensated for satellite lost in explosionIsrael company, SpaceCom, to receive compensation after its satellite, Amos 6, exploded last Thursday.
Israeli satellite destroyed, but IAI looks aheadIAI director-general Yossi Weiss believes that the Israeli satellite industry will recover from the loss of Amos 6 and continue development.
For first time, senior security official will use Shabbat phoneThe cellular Shabbat phone patented by Machon Tzomet, 'Telegrama', will be used by the head of National Security Council.
Israeli students win 2nd prize at Chinese robotics contestIsraeli students win the second prize at an international robotics competition which took place in Shanghai, China.
Scientists locate planet with Earth-like propertiesA group of scientists has located a star with similar conditions to Earth some 4 light years away. Meet Proxima B.
Israeli tech. company to develop automated car by 2019Israeli and UK tech companies teamed up to create an automated car to be ready for manufacture in 2019.
Israeli scientists announce breakthrough in cancer researchA new Israeli study reveals how melanoma spreads to other organs with fatal consequences. Researchers discover chemicals to block growth.
Honduras to get technology from Israel to fight organized crimeHonduras President says his country signed an agreement with Israel for "cutting-edge technology" to help his army fight organized crime.
Will the internet make you a couch potato? Surprisingly, not.In surprising finding, new study shows spending time on the internet doesn't mean doing less physical activity.
Zomet Institute presents: The shabbat phoneDan Marentz explains the institute's new "Telegramma" device, meant to reduce Shabbat violations for those who work in medicine or security.
Delivering internet with a drone?Facebook hopes solar-powered drones will bring WiFi internet to even the most remote locations.
Telma advises customers to throw away cornflakesFollowing claims no contaminated breakfast cereals reached market, cornflakes producer admits public at risk.
Israeli firm claims it hacked ISIS forumIsraeli cyberintelligence company claims it hacked ISIS communications and learned about the group’s plans to attack U.S. air bases.
Israeli gaming company Playtika acquired by Chinese consortiumChinese consortium agrees to purchase the Israeli social media games company Playtika for $4.4 billion in cash.
Watch: Israelis, Americans embark on 'Ventures'Arutz Sheva gets an inside look at "Ventures," where elite technology ex-soldiers meet US business students to bring their ideas to life.
Teva's $40.5 Billion deal expected to go through next weekIsraeli pharmaceutical company wins regulatory approval for acquisition of Allergan, conditional upon giving up some of its products.
Israel’s unstoppable startup sceneThe irony of anti-Israel fanatics operating via Israeli technology is just one delightful byproduct of Israeli success.
Israeli supermarket chain lets you skip checkout lineNew Israeli smartphone app to make supermarket checkout lines a thing of the past.
Miracle in the Carmel hospitalEtty Koch, 63, critically injured in bus accident, sees the sun for the first time in over two months.
Mice need friends too, study findsNew research on mice from the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot indicates that stressful situations affect social relationships
World's largest travel industry event to be held in JerusalemInternational networking event for new media professionals in the travel industry scheduled to meet in Jerusalem in 2017
Google acquires Israeli-American startupGoogle acquires Kifi, an Israeli-American startup that develops products for sharing content among friends and groups.
Doctor treats son - and gets attacked by fatherDoctor checks a man at hospital and is physically and verbally attacked by the father. Doctors: 'We can't reconcile with violence'.
Commercial about battered women: 'Brainwashing'An Israeli TV commercial claims that 1 in 4 women needs shelter from an abusive relationship. Inflated numbers?
Most Whatsapp rumors are trueResearch that mapped Whatsapp rumors during Operation Brother's Keeper shows that 69% of the rumors were true
Pokémon 'invade' Holocaust Museum in Washington, DCUnited States Holocaust Museum trying to keep users of the new Pokémon Go app out of the premises.
Israeli startup aims to grow meat without the animalSuperMeat is an Israeli startup developing a method for bioengineering “cultured meat” from animal cells.
46 year-old woman dies after c-sectionAfter giving birth to a healthy baby, mother, who had undertaken fertility treatment and voluntary cesarean section, collapses suddenly.
TechCrunch visits the home of the Start Up NationIsrael's 'tenacious' entrepreneurs wow audiences, as TechCruch's annual Pitch-Off comes to Tel Aviv.
Tributes pour in for Texan hi-tech guru killed in TA car crash'He was a superb human being.' San Antonio PR specialist Alan Weinkrantz among dead in TA restaurant accident.
Have WiFi? Explore the story of the Jewish people anywhereBeit Hatfutsot-Museum of the Jewish People's database being processed and transferred online.
WHO: No evidence coffee causes cancerWorld Health Organization downgrades warning on cancer following extensive review.
Google chief: Israeli tech second only to Silicon ValleyIn Tel Aviv, Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt - now head of parent company Alphabet - hails Israel's 'super role' in innovation.
Mark Zuckerberg's social media accounts hackedFacebook founder's Twitter and Pinterest accounts hijacked by hacker group called 'OurMine,' using breach in LinkedIn database.
Smoking in decline among IsraelisNew study shows that only 15% of Israeli adults are smokers.
West Nile virus descends upon IsraelAfter four reported cases, Health Ministry warns to take precautions against outbreak of the dangerous virus.
First ever kidney re-implantation in IsraelWoman receives kidney transplant nine years ago - now that same kidney is re-implanted into her brother following her death.
Beterem warns: Keep poisonous plants away from childrenFollowing hospitalization of a Jerusalem youth, child safety organization urges parents to keep poisonous plants away from children.
Israeli app to guide Olympics-goers through Rio streetsIsraeli app 'Moovit' guides tourists and locals alike along the safest routes to and between Olympic events.
E. coli infants recover, kibbutz under quarantineMinistry of Health quarantines Kibbutz after eight babies infected with E. coli intestinal bacteria.
Israeli app to guide Olympics-goers through Rio streetsIsraeli app Moovit to guide tourists and local residents at the Rio Olympic and Paralympics Games this summer.
New app: Embracing Israel's fallen heros all year roundFather of soldier who died during Operation Protective Edge launches new and unique app together with the Ministry of Defense.
New start-up measures the value of 'likes'Exclusive interview: SquareTarget, the innovation of an American immigrant to Israel, helps businesses make the most of Instagram.
Four infants hospitalized due to E. coli outbreakAt least 8 babies from a Kibbutz near Gaza area were infected by the germ, believed transmitted from petting zoo.
Google gives $700K to Israeli disabilities technology initiativeMajor Google grant to Tikkun Olam Makers part of plans to improve lives of 250,000 people suffering from disabilities.
MKs call for Supreme Court to remove fluoride from water supplyFormer Health Minister German blasts water fluoridation plan, calling it a violation of citizens' rights.
Bad Booze: Health Ministry issues warningIsraeli officials discover alcoholic beverages containing dangerous ingredients that can cause seizures, nausea and vomiting.
What to do? Desalination found to cause fatal heart diseaseIsrael, world leader in desalination, is considering adding magnesium to solve the problem.
Israel prepares to defend against 'Anonymous' online attacksApril 7 has traditionally been a date for anti-Israel hackers to attack Israeli and Jewish websites.
Israeli scientists help identify deadly tilapia virusInternational scientists announce breakthrough in mystery of deadly virus killing off world fish supplies.
Israeli innovation could detect cancer, multiple sclerosisGroundbreaking new blood test, still in experimental phase, could save countless lives by detecting a variety of deadly diseases early on.
Israeli innovation could save countless stab victimsAs Israel battles knife-wielding Arab terrorists, Ariel University scientist makes discovery which could save thousands of lives worldwide.
Rio rabbi: OK to kill bugs on ShabbatZika virus leads Chabad envoy to declare mosquitos can be killed on Shabbat, for they threaten life.
PMW gets account frozen by YouTube, againYouTube freezes Palestinian Media Watch’s account after it exposed PA child-terror incitement.
Abortions down in IsraelWith abortion clinics in the United States closing at a record pace, abortions in Israel continue to drop sharply.
'Ransom' software hacks dozens of governmental computersA slew of computers throughout Israel were hacked, including four hospitals and many governmental institutions.