Helping Israeli Children Thrive in a High-Tech EconomyORT Israel exporting its curricula and teaching methodology to the U.S., helping kids there to learn science and technology.
Netanyahu Opens CyberTech 2014 ConferenceNetanyahu announces cyber defense facility in Be'er Sheva. IBM senior vice president reveals cooperation with Ben Gurion University.
Lockheed Martin, EMC to Seek Out New TechnologiesU.S. aerospace firm Lockheed Martin and Israel's EMC will invest together in advanced technology projects, the companies said.
Israeli Start-up's Face and Eye Interaction on iOS DevicesUmoove provides a unique interaction using head movements and face gestures on your mobile phone!
Israeli Hi-Tech Startups On The Rise AgainAcquisitions and bids at unseen levels since 2000 dotcom bubble burst, hi-tech sector attracting growing international attention.
Israeli Professor Vice-President of Project Including Iran, PASESAME project includes scientists from across the Middle East; aims to foster 'scientific excellence', build particle accelerator.
Panasonic to Sell Semiconductor Plants to Israeli CompanyPanasonic is poised to sell 3 domestic plants to TowerJazz in restructuring attempts to cut back losses.
Bennett: Students Should Learn Technology, Not LawThe government is investing large sums of money to expand technology education programs
Facebook Buys Israeli Startup OnavoFacebook will acquire Israeli startup Onavo, in a deal said to be worth up to $200 million.
Israel's Technion makes Bloomberg Top TenBloomberg has ranked the Haifa-based university as the seventh best high tech institution in the world.
Israeli Security System to be Used in NY Housing ProjectsAn apartment security system developed in Israel which uses face and voice recognition will be implemented in New York housing projects.
Sources: EU's Yesha Sanctions Could BoomerangThe European Union is not the only one that can impose sanctions, Israeli officials said. Israel may have to pull out of a major EU project
First Ever Hack-a-Thon for Israel -- on Shabbat120 hackers and software developers to take part in the event simultaneously, in Silicon Valley and Tel Aviv.
ISDEF 2013 Shows Off Israel's Defense AchievementsThe Israel Defense Exhibition (ISDEF) 2013 was held in Tel Aviv, featuring the latest achievements in the industry.
Technion Scientists Develop an Advanced Biological ComputerMolecular computer was built entirely of biomolecules.
Coming Soon: Smartphones for Haredi CommunityA smartphone catering to the haredi community and approved by a rabbinical committee to launch in coming months.
Facebook in Talks to Buy Israeli GPS AppFacebook is in talks on a potential $1 billion deal to buy the Israel-based GPS mobile navigation app Waze, says The Wall Street Journal.
Buffett: Israel a Top Place for Ideas, InvestmentsIn an interview, American investor Warren Buffett effusively praised Israel as a great place to invest in advanced technologies and ideas
American Embassy Brings Expert to Hareidi College for GirlsAn American delegation visited Machon Lustig, a center of studies for hareidi-religious women in the field of high-tech.
Israel's Best & Brightest Graduate from Microsoft AcceleratorMicrosoft celebrated the graduation of its second class of Microsoft Accelerator for Windows Azure in Israel.
NASA Seeks to Tow Astroid to Moon, Says US SenatorNASA wants to tow astroid into orbit around moon, as part of a long-range plan towards establishing permanent manned outposts in space.
Apple Opens Third Development Center in IsraelGlobal technology giant Apple Inc. is set to open its third research and development center in Israel.
El Al to Replace Flight Manuals with iPadsEl Al Airlines will begin a trial project next month ahead of transferring all flight manuals on its Boeing 777 fleet to iPads.
Google Clicks on IsraelPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu cut the ribbon on Monday to inaugurate Google’s new R & D center and start-up incubator in Tel Aviv.
US Recruits Israeli App Know-How After 'Sandy'U.S. government recruited assistance of Israeli-developed app to deal with gasoline shortages on East Coast in aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Israeli Refrigerator Goes to Mars with NASANASA’s Curiosity rover, currently taking pictures on Mars, is using a refrigerator developed and manufactured in northern Israel.
New Technology: Record a Video Greeting for PeresFor the first time, Israeli citizens can record and send a video greeting via Facebook to President Shimon Peres.
Israeli Technology: The Bio Hug VestArutz Sheva meets the people behind the BioHug Vest, an Israeli technology meant to lower people's stress levels.
'Israel is a Good Match for Our Premium Products'DS Choi, CEO of Samsung Israel, tells Arutz Sheva: Israel's is a strong player in the high tech world and is a good match with our products.
Tel Aviv Touted as Top Tech Town in EuropeWall Street Journal says access to venture capital is 20 times greater in Israel than in the rest of Europe.
Ariel: First in 'Laptops for All Teachers' ProgramBeginning this year, all 204 teachers in Ariel's schools will receive a laptop computer, and 120 hours of training.
Israeli Application Brings Together Rivals Facebook and Google+Barely a week after Google introduced its new Google+ service, an Israeli startup helps users view their Facebook streams on Google's product.
Israel's Ophir Optronics Sold to US Company for $230 MillionIsrael's Ophir Optronics is being acquired by the Newport Corporation of California for $230 million
Report: Gaza Terrorists use Google Earth to Pinpoint TargetsGaza terrorists are fans of Google Earth, a mapping program that helps them to better target innocents living in southern Israel.
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.
Watch Hours of Surveillance Footage in a Few Minutes2011 Presidential Conf.: Hebrew U presents hi-tech video program which singles out objects and revolutionizes monitoring of surveillance footage.
New 'Stress Detector' Can Find who is SweatingHebrew U students presented at the Presidential Conference a technology which can detect a stressful person from far away.
Israeli Startup Presents No-Glasses 3D LaptopIsraeli firm 3DTVision creates 3D content that can be viewed without glasses, and first-ever 2D/3D switchable laptop.
Paris Air Show to Feature Top Israeli TechnologyAt next week's Paris Air Show, Israel will, once again, put on display some of the groundbreaking defensive and weapons systems developed here.
Ness Technologies to be Acquired by Citigroup UnitIsrael's Ness Technologies is to be acquired by Citigroup's international venture capital unit in a deal valued at $307 million.
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.
Next Generation Internet Address Test UnderwayA worldwide test of next generation Internet addresses under the IPv6 protocol is underway.
Zomet Finds Ways to Use Technology on Shabbat-For Special CasesINN TV meets Rabbi Dan Marans of the Zomet Institute which works to bring the modern world and the age old Jewish law together.
International Interest in Israel's Water TechnologyDozens of foreign reporters plan to take a tour and see Israeli water and energy technologies.
Joint Israel-PA Project to Clean Up Sewage in Jordan ValleyA joint project begins between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, aimed at cleaning up sewage in the Jordan Valley village of Ouja.
Aerospace Security Conference in JerusalemWhen the threat level is high, Israel must rise to the challenge, says the head of an aerospace technology conference taking place in Jerusalem.
TEDxTalpiot: Promoting Ideas Worth Spreading in JerusalemA quiet revolution is going on in Israel, fueled by the country’s leading thinkers and doers, who encourage and mentor the next generation.
US Energy Specialists in Israel for Update on New AdvancesUS energy specialists are in Israel to discuss the nation’s top breakthroughs in the field of renewable, alternative energy.
Israeli Startup Creates Cell Phone Radiation ShieldAn Israeli startup has created a product that although small in physical size, may produce a big impact on the general market.
Touch Screen for Golani CommandersNew up-to-date device with a touch screen and map will allow IDF commanders to excel during battle.
Intel Adds 570 Jobs, NIS 10B in Kiryat Gat ExpansionA NIS 10 billion investment by Intel over the next eight years adds 570 jobs to its massive factory in the southern Israeli town of Kiryat Gat.
Obama Praises Israeli Solar Energy FirmUS President Barack Obama is praising Israel's BrightSource firm for its clean-tech energy -- and the 1,000 jobs it will create for Americans.
New Cameras Snap Vehicle Photos for Air Pollution TaxIsrael has come up with a way to streamline tax collection on the nation’s highways by using hi-tech photographic tax traps.
Israel in Bid for More Research & DevelopmentNew initiative in Israel will see the country paying bank employees’ salaries if they set up R&D centers.
New Google Tool Reveals Worldwide Censorship DataInternet users can now see how many times a government has asked Google to remove content. The US far outstrips Israel as a censor.
Israeli Invention Sees Through WallsThe Israeli company Camero has developed a device that “sees” through walls, indicating the presence of people in other rooms.