New bracelet to alert IDF of soldiers' condition in battleNew 'smart watch' to provide IDF medics with real-time info on soldiers' well-being.
Make sense of your data at lightning speedWatch: ILTV speaks with Adi Azaria, co-founder of Sisense, who tells how his son's sleeping problems brought upon the Israeli start-up.
Geniuses wanted for high-tech initiativesIsrael is opening its doors to high-tech foreign inventors for a two-year program.
Aussie PM praises 'start-up nation' at meeting with NetanyahuNetanyahu meets with Australian PM Turnbull at UN General Assembly to discuss science and technology cooperation.
Israeli company is 'crunching the numbers'Israeli hi-tech company "Sisense" is engineered to make complex data preparation and visualization easy.
Goverment presents: The digital religious councilReligious Services Ministry launches digital service for marriage registration, as part of a promised 'digital revolution' in the Ministry.
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.
Top Israeli scientists team up with American undergradsStudents gain hands-on lab experiences in Bar Ilan University - including unthinkables such as converting one cell into another.
Rebellion in Gur: Hasidim reject new technology regulationsSynagogues shut down as congregants refuse to comply with last week's new regulations regarding cell phone use.
'You can use Whatsapp - but only with secular people'Gur hasidic sect bans popular cell phone app, rules biblical injunction to honor one's father and mother not applicable to internet users.
Mainstream fields no longer relevant for next generationMany fields of higher education are irrelevant by themselves, and need to be supplemented or replaced by a focus on technology, says MK.
Apple raises the price of apps in IsraelApple hikes App Store prices in seven countries due to fluctuating currencies, including the Jewish state.
China and Israel create a union of tech superpowersPartnerships range from summits and mutual investments to creating new partnered schools and universities.
Israeli white noise gadget cancels out snoring noiseNew Israeli invention broadcasts real-time sound wave based on principle of destructive interference. Start-up raises $200K.
Only in Israel: 'The Great Startup Race'Israel set to host biggest contest for startups in its history, as investments grow from 2.2 billion, to over 5 billion dollars.
Military Intelligence chief: We're already at war with IranMaj. Gen. Herzl Halevi warns Iran rapidly closing in on Israel's technological advantage.
Egyptian Gas Could Be Big Plus for Israel, Says ProfessorThe discovery of a large gas field in Egyptian waters does not mean “the end of the Israeli gas industry,” says Professor Idit Avrahami.
Star Trek Actor: Israel a 'Beautiful Part of the World'LeVar Burton of "Star Trek" fame visits Israel, participates in education through technology conference.
Conference Deals with Adapting Education to the InternetFour-day conference discusses learning through innovations that are beyond the screen.
Too Late for Moses: New Israeli App for StutterersHaifa-based startup has picked up a handful of innovation awards and has sparked interest from around the globe.
Watch: Arutz Sheva Visits Agritech 2015Arutz Sheva visits international exhibition for agriculture technologies taking place in Tel Aviv.
Could a New Gadget Change Shabbat Observance - Forever?Several rabbis endorse 'Kosherswitch' to allow lights on Shabbat. High-voltage project could send a current through Jewish world.
Can Technology Change the Lives of the Disabled?Physical therapists, innovators, and technologists meet in Tel Aviv to develop problem-solving machines for the handicapped.
South Korea Eager to Expand Ties with IsraelSeoul is trying to balance its ties to Jerusalem with ties to Arab states, but wants to develop both relationships.
New Israeli App Improves Concentration with Eye-TrackingIsraeli startup behind app which uses smartphones to battle attention issues - likely the first of its kind.
Netanyahu: ICC Inquiry is Height of HypocrisyAt his weekly Cabinet meeting, Netanyahu discusses ICC probe, Japan PM's visit and the plan to raise Israel's minimum wage.
Google Israel Chief: Israel Needs more Tech WorkersLooking for a job? If you're a programmer or computer science grad, there are plenty, said Meir Brand, head of Google's Israel office.
Police: Technology Will Help Us Beat Arab RiotingPolice said that observation balloons they have been flying over Arab neighborhoods have been very helpful in stemming violence.
Israeli Company to Manage Security of 2016 Olympic GamesISDS chosen to serve as security integrator for 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, in a deal worth 2.2 billion dollars.
Hold That Phone! IDF Releases New Guidelines for SmartphonesSoldiers now expected to be respectful of their cell phone usage, both online and in public, in system designed to prevent security risks.
Microsoft Posed to Purchase Innovative Israeli StartupTechnology giant signs letter of intent to buy Israeli text analysis company Equivio for around $200 million.
Israel to Help Develop Elevated Hover CarsAmerican company to collaborate with Israel Aerospace Industries to build an elevated network of hover cars.
MIT, Brandeis, PTC in Partnerships with Israeli SchoolsMIT cooperates with Ben-Gurion University, Brandeis with the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, PTC with Technion.
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.
Israeli Company Literally 'Reinvents the Wheel'Revolutionary design enables wheelchairs to go down stairs, maneuver easily over rough terrain.
Lockheed Martin Opens in IsraelIsraeli branch, in Be'er Sheva, established to support IDF and campaign to develop the Negev, CEO says.
The World is Jealous of Israel, Says Nanotechnology LeaderOne day, a pill could use nanites to eliminate cancer cells from within the body without harming the body's own cell, says Rafi Koriat.
Israeli Tech: Advanced Cell Separation TechnologyArutz Sheva meets the scientists behind BioCep, an Israeli-developed advanced cell separation system.
Umoove - Control Your Mobile with Your HeadArutz Sheva meets the creators of Umoove, a new techonlogy which can recognize and track head and eye movements.
Obama: 'Electronic Curtain' Has Fallen Over IranObama: despite sanctions, the U.S. is issuing new guidelines to make it easier to provide services to Iranian people.
Israeli Technology Improves Fastest Game on IceIsraeli technology, used in hockey rinks, improves players' critical thinking, decision making, concentration and awareness
Ultrasound Technology Advanced by Dolphins and BatsAdvances in ultrasound technology is being inspired by a new Israeli research project that studies dolphins, bats and mole rats.
Israeli Technology Keeps the Bugs Off Supermarket ShelvesBio[pack] has developed innovative packaging got food products that keeps the bugs out - by giving them a taste of 'nature.'
eVigilo: Text Messages Instead of SirenseVigilo, an Israeli innovation, allows for mass alerts and notification of the population in times of crisis.
Israel: A Leading Force in the Field of Mobile AppsThe Mobile 2012 conference featured some of the most interesting and unique Israeli-made apps for your mobile phone.
Israel, World Champ in Milk Production, Helps Out S. KoreaSouth Korea, which has suffered a devastating outbreak of foot and mouth disease, turned to Israel for help in rebuilding dairy production.
Israeli Scientist Develops Technology to Diagnose Hearing LossAn Israeli scientist at Tel Aviv University has developed a unique fast-track technology to diagnose hearing loss.
Expert Warns Against 'Thousands' of Cyber AttacksMajor Gen. (Res.) Prof. Isaac Ben-Israel warns that Israel could face thousands of cyber attacks during an emergency.
Motorola Executives in Israel: Want to Continue to Invest HereSenior Motorola executives in Israel to officially launch new smartphone. "We feel strongly about the Israeli market," they say.