Would Esau Have Used a Smartphone?Rabbi David Milston explains why smartphones are not allowed in his classes and links this to Jacob and Esau.
Iran Bans Smartphones for OfficialsIranian officials with access to classified information forbidden from using smartphones because of fears of espionage.
Has This Israeli Startup Invented a 'Sixth Sense'?Israeli inventors reveal 'revolutionary' molecular sensor which could change the way we view the world around us.
IAF Pilots Jailed for Storing Maps on SmartphonesFourteen pilots court-martialed for storing documents, maps on smartphones; authorities stop potential for security breach.
New IDF App for Soldiers, Soldiers-to-BeIDF unveils smartphone app that allows soldiers and soldiers-to-be to check their status or work on training, anytime, anywhere.
Coming Soon: Smartphones for Haredi CommunityA smartphone catering to the haredi community and approved by a rabbinical committee to launch in coming months.
Extremists Mount Anti-iPhone CampaignOrganization declares "war" on the practice of entering synagogues with smartphones.
Hareidi School Teaches Smartphone AppsHareidi women in Bnei Brak learn to create smartphone applications in a new course.
Disk-on-Key Inventor Unveils ‘See-Type’ KeyboardThe Israeli inventor of the Disk-on-Key has unveiled a new “smart keyboard” with a built-in screen to allow the user to see what is typed.
Israeli Company Unveils New Medical SmartphoneIsraeli company LifeWatch Technologies unveils the LifeWatch V, a medical smartphone that measures seven medical indexes.
Smart Phones Dumb for Privacy, Says Israeli StudyNew phones leave us with less privacy, especially in the public sector, warn Tel Aviv University researchers.
IDF Warns Smartphone Apps May Be Security ThreatSmartphone apps may pose a security threat to the country, the IDF warns in a letter to soldiers and commanders.
Samsung Unveils New Galaxy SmartphoneSamsung unveils new Galaxy S3 smartphone, featuring a 4.8 inch screen and many accessories.
Israel May Have Next ‘Instagram’Israel’s “UppSite,” which allows web site content to become an app for mobile devices, may be the next “Instagram,” says Forbes.
Israel is 'the Best of the Best' in TechnologySony unveils its first smartphone, to arrive in Israel next month. "Israel is the second biggest market in terms of smartphones."
Israeli Tech Enables Touchscreen Blind TypingInpris, a small Israeli company from Efrat, will change the way you type on your smartphones. All you need is intuition.