Technology


Technology, Trump, assassination attempt
Report: FBI used Israeli technology to crack Trumps' shooters phone

FBI used technology from Israeli company Cellebrite to unlock phone of Trump shooter allowing them to unlock the phone in just 40 minutes, allowing them to uncover more intel on the shooter, though the motive of the attack remains uncertain.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 19.07.24

Amdocs, Layoffs, High-Tech

Amdocs to slash 1,500-3,000 jobs in latest layoff round 

Global software leader faces downsizing amid economic pressures.

Avi Nachmani | 18.07.24

Innovation, Cancer

Here's how Israeli start-up eliminates carcinogenic compounds in fried foods

'Beyond Oil' has created an ingenious solution to eliminating cancer-causing compounds in reused oil.

Gila Isaacson | 18.07.24

Google, Wiz, Acquisition

Google negotiating $23 billion acquisition of Wiz

Wall Street Journal: Google parent Alphabet is looking to purchase the Israeli cybersecurity company in what would be its largest acquisition ever. 

Avi Nachmani | 15.07.24

Israel, South Korea, Deep Tech

Partnership between Israel and South Korea aims to propel 'deep tech' innovations

OurCrowd and the South Korean government have joined forces to accelerate the growth of deep tech firms in this emerging sector.

Avi Nachmani | 14.07.24

Startups, Minecraft Education

Israeli startup poised to introduce Minecraft Education to the US

With Arcademy's platform, educators can easily utilize the educational version of the popular game, even if they are unfamiliar with the technology.

Avi Nachmani | 14.07.24

IDF, Technology, border control

Report: Soldiers on the border will be replaced by an electronic tracking system

Setting up an electronic tracking system: This is how Israel will deal with potential Hamas infiltrations into Egypt during the ceasefire | For all the details.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 12.07.24

Tech, Cyber attacks, Israel, Iran

Incomprehensible: This is the number of cyber attack attempts that Israel has experienced

A commander of the military intelligence unit reveals the shocking numbers of attempted cyber attacks made on Israel since the start of the war.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 11.07.24

Economy, Consumers

Globes: Israelis love WhatsApp, Bamba, and Waze

These companies top the Globes list of Israel's top 100 brands in 2024.

Avi Woolf | 11.07.24

Tech, Startups

Israeli Tech sector thrives with $2.9 billion record funding despite conflict 

This surge reflects resilience and growth amidst ongoing challenges, including fallout from the Gaza conflict. Key contributions came from major deals and Wiz's historic $1 billion funding round.

Gila Isaacson | 11.07.24

Anti-Semitism, Tech, Online, hate speech

Meta makes promising move in combating anti-Semitism online

The technological company behind Facebook has announced a new policy in targeting Anti-Semitism online by investigating trolls hiding anti-Semitic comments under the guise of anti-Zionism.

Eliana Fleming | 09.07.24

Tech, Apple watch update

New Apple watch set to disappoint, why?

As excitement builds for the Series 10 announcement, Apple seems to be tempering expectations for its new release this coming September.

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| Eliana Fleming | 08.07.24

Israel, IDF, Tech

How the Startup Nation is powering defense innovation during wartime

Israel is working on bridging the gap between being military innovation and getting the tech to the soldiers on the ground.

Gila Isaacson | 08.07.24

IDF, West Bank, 

The trend of terrorists in the West Bank that is driving the IDF crazy

Former Shin Bet senior Yossi Amrousi refers to the alarming phenomenon in Judea and Samaria, in which terrorists publish their documents on TikTok and become role models for children.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 03.07.24

Economy, Tech

Israeli hi-tech rebounding from the war

Hi tech service exports, excluding startups, increased by 2.3% this past April, according to the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics.

Avi Woolf | 03.07.24

Tech, new apple update

Worrying: Is the new apple update a step too far?

Virtual reality takeover, New apple update to add camera to the latest version of the AirPod earphones, but does it go over the line in terms of privacy? 

Eliana Fleming | 01.07.24

High Tech, Google, Alphabet, Layoffs

Google to close biotech R&D centers in Israel

Launched in Israel in August 2021, Verily's remaining 30 employees in Tel Aviv and Haifa are being laid off as Alphabet shifts all R&D to the U.S.

Avi Nachmani | 30.06.24

High Tech, Nvidia, Qatar

Nvidia signs deal with Qatari telecom 

The American tech giant closed a deal with the Qatari telecom company Ooredoo despite US desire to limit AI to the region. 

Avi Nachmani | 24.06.24

Tech, Whatsapp

WhatsApp Enhances video calling features to compete with Zoom and Teams

WhatsApp is revolutionizing video calls, introducing screen sharing and expanding participant limits to compete with Zoom and Teams

Gila Isaacson | 16.06.24

Vaulta's Repairable Battery, The Fully Charged Show 

Revolutionizing Battery Sustainability: Vaulta's Recyclable Tech Unveiled

In a breakthrough for battery technology, the 'Fully Charged Show' explores Vaulta's pioneering approach to crafting recyclable and easily repairable battery packs. The team at Vaulta has set out to transform how we view and interact with batteries, making them not only more environmentally friendly but also user-friendly. Watch:

Abraham Gutman | 30.01.24