Pro-Family MK's Name was Missing from Likud BallotRevenge of the "feminists" or technical oversight? MK Yulia Shamalov-Berkovich says she was robbed.
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.
Persian-Language Cyber Attacks on Iran Dubbed ‘Muslim Messiah’An Israeli security firm says an ongoing cyber attack aimed mainly at Iran uses Persian and is named after the “Muslim Messiah.”
‘Treat Anxiety with Computers instead of Drugs’Anxiety in children can be treated better by using computers instead of drugs, says a Tel Aviv University professor.
‘Flame’ Virus Designed to Steal Iranian-Russian BlueprintsThe “Flame” virus is 20 times bigger than Stuxnet and was aimed at stealing blueprints, presumably of nuclear facilities.
Intel Opens Computational Intelligence Center in IsraelCollaborative project brings together experts from Haifa Technion and Hebrew University, with initial $15M 5-year budget.
Video: The Wearable Tablet Enlists to IDFThe IDF has begun to acquire a new wearable computer tablet system that can be used in nearly any situation.
Silicon Valley in Israel: Intel Launches New ChipIsrael once again lives up to its name as the Middle East’s “Silicon Valley” as Intel-Israel launches its new 3G Ivy Bridge processor chip.
Iran Arrests Hacker of 3 Million Bank AccountsAn Iranian who wanted to expose bank security flaws fled the country and proved his point, exposing 3 million bank accounts.
Microsoft Opens ‘Windows’ on IsraelMicrosoft is increasing its focus on Israel and will send 25 of its senior officials to its Israel Research and Development center.
Intel Banks on Israel for Profit, Hangs Out ‘Help Wanted’ SignIntel Israel once again hangs out the “help wanted” sign as the company says the Israeli branch provides it with 40 percent of its profits.
Israel Leads in Defense against Cyber AttacksIsrael leads the world in cyber war defense. Cyber war can “hit a country without shooting a single bullet,” says Israel’s cyber adviser.
El Al Computer Failure Grounds PlanesA computer systems failure temporarily grounded flights from two airlines Monday at Ben Gurion Int'l Airport -- but the cause is unknown.
Round Two in Hacker War: El Al Site AttackedHacker “OxOmar” strikes again, this time shutting down the El Al and Tel Aviv Stock Exchange sites, but trading not affected.
Saudi Hamas Man Sentenced to 30 Months in PrisonA Saudi-born man with Jordanian and Australian passports was sentenced to 30 months in prison for helping Hamas terrorists.
Rocket Attacks Force Students to Study at HomeThe rocket attacks may have shut down the schools in southern Israel, but classes are still going on - through the internet.
‘Explorer 6’ Soon Just a MemoryTen years ago this month, Internet Explorer 6 was a breakthrough. Now, it may be relegated to the hi-tech museum.
Ministers Approve Digitalized Textbooks BillA law that would provide students with a digital alternative to standard textbooks is making its way through the Knesset.
Skating on Entropy: Future ComputersTomorrow's computers may utilize nano-magnetic processors and memory that allow them to butt heads with the second law of thermodynamics.
Hackers Attack US Senate Website, Security not HarmedHackers hit the US Senate web “just for kicks” shortly after the CIA director warned the US faces a ”cyber Pearl Harbor” if security is breached.
Rishon College Kids Come Up With Super Tech IdeasStudents at the College of Management - Academic Studies showed off their high-tech prowess with some great ideas and inventions.
Anti-Israel 'Hacktivists' Strike AgainOnce again, Israeli sites were invaded by Arab “hacktivists,” hackers who specialize in taking down Israeli sites to express their anger.
New Media Makes ‘Dry’ Information AccessibleThe IDF Spokespersons Unit explains at Herzliya Conference how it uses new media to make information accessible to everyone.