Jerusalem's Old City and parts of historic Tel Aviv are featured in Google's new "World Wonders Project," although Jerusalem is not included under the Israel category.
Israel has begun inspecting emails of some Arab visitors and expelling those visitors who are deemed a threat to the country.
The National Security Agency and a secret Israeli military unit jointly developed a complex computer worm that attacked equipment in Iranian nuclear installations.
A woman reportedly proved to an Israeli rabbinical court that her husband was unfaithful by showing it correspondence between him and other women on Facebook.
To the outside observer, the Charedi Orthodox anti-Internet rally at New York’s Citi Field may have looked uniform: a single mass of black hats, white shirts and brown beards.
Google will donate office space to the new applied science graduate school of Cornell University and the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
The sellout crowd that filled the New York Mets’ Citi Field on Sunday night wore black and white, not the Mets’ blue and orange.
If the Talmud were written today, would it look like Facebook? First, the rabbis of the Mishnaic period post a Jewish legal rule.
When “Sir Lancebot,” the motorized basketball-playing robot built by the Milken Community High School’s robotics team, made its debut appearance at a regional competition in San Diego in early March, the results were not encouraging.
This Passover, Jews can still reliably be called “the people of the book.” If sales of newly published versions of the haggadah are any indication, on the first night of Passover, when it comes time to tell the story of the Exodus, most people sitting at seder tables will be holding in their hands a text that consists of printed words and images on paper.
While Passover is the time to clean out chametz, single Jews apparently will be cleaning out their social lives.
An Orthodox Jewish girls' high school in Brooklyn has ordered its 11th-grade students to close their Facebook accounts and pay a fine.
The iPad app for the Mishkan T'filah, the Reform movement's daily prayer book, was launched.
A team of Israeli and U.S. scientists has discovered a gene that increases longevity in mammals. The team, led by Dr. Haim Cohen of Bar-Ilan University's Mina and Everard Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences, and including researchers from Hadassah Medical Center, the Hebrew University and Carnegie Mellon University, said the discovery increases the likelihood that similar activity can be found in a human gene. The results were published this week in the scientific journal Nature.
Scientists using ground-probing electronics may have discovered the missing mass graves at the site of Treblinka, one of the Nazis’ most notorious death camps.
The websites of two Israeli medical centers as well as several other public Israeli websites, were hacked. The websites for Tel Hashomer and Assuta medical centers, among the largest in central Israel, were down Wednesday morning.
Israeli hackers said they brought down the Web sites of the Saudi Stock Exchange and the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange.
A hacker temporarily took over the website of Israel's deputy foreign minister, Danny Ayalon.
Israeli officials said on Friday they were concerned the country may be under cyber attack after a wave of credit card code thefts in the past week by a hacker who claims to be operating out of Saudi Arabia.
The websites of several right-wing extremists in Germany have been attacked by hackers. The international hacker group known as "Anonymous" disabled several neo-Nazi websites in an "Operation Blitzkrieg" on Jan. 1, with a "Happy New Year" wish to their targets, according to the German news agency DAPD.
Saudi hackers released the credit card information of hundreds of thousands of Israelis online.
Apple reportedly has purchased its first Israel-based company, Anobit Ltd., a flash storage solutions provider, for an estimated $500 million.
Cornell University will collaborate with the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology for a new science campus after winning a competition to build New York City’s next “genius” school.
Apple will open a development center in Israel focusing on semiconductors, according to reports.
Accepting his Nobel Prize, Israel's Dan Shechtman encouraged entrepreneurship among the young.
French anti-racism groups dropped lawsuits against Apple, Inc. after it removed an iPhone app called "Jew or Not Jew?" from online stores around the world.
You could say it all started in 1967, when one of Howard Bernstein's daughters got married.
Google will open a startup incubator in Israel.
An electric car venture set to launch a nationwide network in Israel raised another $200 million from U.S. investors.
A computer virus similar to the Stuxnet virus that attacked Iran's nuclear program last year has been detected in Iran.
A computer virus similar to the Stuxnet virus that attacked Iran's nuclear program has been identified.
An Israeli startup company has received a $30 million investment from China's richest man.
The Palestinian envoy in Ottowa has apologized for tweeting a link to a video that was deemed offensive to Jews.
The Canadian government wants to send the Palestinian envoy in Ottawa packing after she tweeted a link to a video that was deemed offensive to Jews.
Slingshot added a Top 10 list to its newly released annual guide to innovative Jewish programming in North America.
The American Technion Society has received a $30 million commitment from the estate of Henry Taub and The Henry and Marilyn Taub Foundation.
Dan Shechtman remembers the day he was kicked out of a research group because of the theory that last week won him the Nobel Prize in chemistry.
American author Mitchell Gross was indicted for allegedly scamming women he met on an online Jewish dating service.
A new mobile app provides a database of information about Zionism and Israel.
Israel Bonds, which many synagogues pitch during the High Holidays, can now be purchased online.
The Nobel Prize for medicine reportedly was awarded to two Jewish scientists, Ralph Steinman and Bruce Beutler.
Internet users can now view the Dead Sea Scrolls online.
A Jewish burial society in Australia is believed to be the first in the world to offer live web streaming of funerals over the Internet.
A made-in-France iPhone app called "Jewish or Not Jewish?" is under fire for stigmatizing Jews.
Google launched its Street View project In Israel.
The Google street view map service will come to Israel after being granted permission by the country's Justice Ministry.
Google released a new toolbar feature that was developed in Israel.
Israel is hosting the seventh annual Wikimania conference, a three-day event for Wikipedia enthusiasts and contributors.
A database of Holocaust-era property records has become the largest publicly available, single-source database of lost Jewish property assets from that era.
At a glance, the Muslim-Jewish picnic at the peace fountain in Yitzhak Rabin Garden, in this city's Bercy Park, looks like a reunion of old friends.
Israel's government has asked Apple Inc. to remove an application called "ThirdIntifada," which encourages uprising against Israel, from its App Store. Israel's Minister of Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs Yuli Edelstein, made the request Tuesday in a letter sent to Apple founder and chief executive officer Steve Jobs.
A Facebook page established to convince pop star Shakira to stay away from an Israeli conference has received nearly 1,500 likes. The Colombian singer, whose father is Lebanese, is scheduled to take part Tuesday in the third annual Israeli President's Conference. She will be appearing due to her position as a UNICEF goodwill ambassador.
When Noam Bardin demonstrated how Waze — a Twitter-infused GPS — got him from LAX to the Luxe Hotel on Sunset in 26 minutes during rush hour, several attendees at the third annual Israel Conference immediately took out their phones to download his app. “The closing of the 405 [in mid-July] is the best moment to look at this app and understand what it can do for you every day,” Waze CEO Bardin said.