01.22.2017 | 24 Tevet, 5777
Autopsy of Beduin driver casts doubt on terrorism claim
Wadi Ara protesters block roads, call for public security minister to resign
Israeli security forces predict uptick in tensions as Trump inauguration looms near
Training for the next missile attack or earthquake to hit Israel
Jerusalem municipality approves 560 Israeli homes over Green Line
Netanyahu says he remains concerned for settlements ahead of Trump call
Defense minister: No possibility of bilateral agreement with Palestinians
Beduin driver autopsy may disprove terrorist claim
After Trump inauguration, Netanyahu wastes no time putting Iran back on agenda
Rivlin congratulates Trump on inauguration, invites him to Israel
Ma’aleh Film School to present films by women at TA Cinematheque
Opera review: Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor
Jazz: Back to bassics
Top 10 things to do
Maccabi cruises in Tel Aviv derby; J’lem wins third straight
Late goal costs Hapoel Beersheba dearly
Beersheba firmly in control heading into Petah Tikva duel
Another humbling setback for Mac Tel Aviv
People with verbal and visual creativity have different sleep patterns
Science goes in the door, politics out
4,000 Israelis die annually due to lack of magnesium
Leonardo DiCaprio showcases Israeli solar thermal plant on Instagram
New device enables disabled people to summon their electric wheelchair
The West Bank has become Israel's garbage can
Greek energy developer: We are here to open the Israeli gas market
Drilling firm to pursue water, gas, oil projects
Hydroponic farm for refugees, foreign workers launches on Tel Aviv rooftop
The Women’s March on Washington: It doesn't end here
Let history watch us now
An Israeli-American celebrates the Trump inauguration
ISIS destroys famous monument in Syria's Palmyra
Where do the Palestinians stand on Trump?
Turkish parliament approves presidential system, paving way for referendum
Trump to develop missile defense system against Iran, North Korea
Blazing Tehran building collapses; 75 hurt, deaths feared
Watch Live: Zarif discusses Iran's future foreign policy
House bill would target Iran's airline and test its nuclear deal
Rouhani: Trump's talk 'propaganda,' he can't cancel Iran nuclear deal
Report: Istanbul nightclub attacker says he was directed by ISIS
Families of Americans killed in ISIS attacks suing Twitter
8 Egyptian police killed in north Sinai attack
Jewish celebrities take on Trump at post-inauguration rallies
Antisemitism in Germany doubled in last year, report finds
New UN chief pledges to be on front line of fight against antisemitism
Reform Jews march for ‘our grandmas and our daughters’
Israel secures top-10 ranking in 2017 Bloomberg Innovation Index
Israeli device to prevent GPS disruptions hits the market
Ramat Gan start-up wows elderly with robot helper
Abbas, foreign leaders respond to Trump taking office
Analysis: The Trump presidency - a time of instability
Melania Trump's up-do and the Israeli behind it
Kushner role in Trump administration is kosher, says US Justice Dept.
Analysis: Clinton falls amid assault on establishment
Clinton concedes: 'We have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling'
Hillary Clinton and the glass ceiling: Cracked but intact
NY hassidic village loyal to Clinton despite Trump popularity among ultra-Orthodox
Trump reportedly picks friend of Jared Kushner to serve in administration
Trump calls UN 'sad,' days after Israeli settlements vote
Saddam Hussein's daughter touts Trump's 'political sensibility'
Dermer calls on Trump to move embassy to Jerusalem
This week in 60 seconds: Attack or accident?
Metro Grapevine: Top tips
Parashat Shmot: Yes you can!
Ask the Rabbi: May Jews serve in foreign armies?
Podcast: Three Ladies, Three Lattes
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
Destination:Unknown, TEDx most recent event will be held in Tel Aviv
Palestinian flag-waving fan arrested after accosting models Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner
Jewish comedian Chelsea Handler blames Kardashians for Trump election
Has actress Lindsay Lohan converted to Islam?
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
It’s time for wide
recognition of Palestine
Gotta have faith
Hemmed in from all sides
The challenges ahead
Art: Seeing between the lines
A voice from the past
Palmah vs Gandhi
to the limit
– and beyond
Employment population ratios
a survivor’s soul
Grapevine: Like clockwork
City Notes: TEDx takes Tel Aviv
Road to recovery – with the Stroke Club
A night for women – and men
Swings and roundabout jazz
לַעֲבוֹר אֶת הַקִיר
מַעַרְכוֹת בְּטִיחוּת אַקְטִיבִיוֹת
The Christian Edition- one month free subscription
Pope Francis urges world to 'wait and see' on Trump
Christians flock to Jordan River baptism site despite landmines
A poor, Catholic farmer's religious duty
Accessible Garden and Pathways Inaugurated at ILAN Haifa
Russian-Speaking Journalist Deputation Visits Israel
Sierra Leone President Plants a Tree in the Grove of Nations
Celebrating 115 Years
We will win but how long will it take? Including Bibi's Building Bluff
Is a Jewish safe haven possible in the Diaspora; is America the “exception”?
Potentially Misleading Statistics on Global Terrorism
Still Looking for Israel at Harvard
Dozens of IDF soldiers compromised after downloading applications from unknown links.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Partner Communications said it had no business activity in Gaza, pointing out that the pre-paid cards were bought from independent distributors in Israel.
Fans will be able to use their iPhone to see interviews with movie insiders, historical Academy Awards moments.
The latest Israeli apps to check out on your smartphone.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
Our smartphones are constantly beeping, trilling or making other intriguing sounds that announce the arrival of a new email, message, text, call or update.
Never fear, the iPhone 5 is out there, and when it does come out, it will confirm that Apple’s “dreamtime” is still going strong.
By DAVID SHAMAH
An iPhone is not particularly expensive, but even if you are wealthy and money is no object, what are you going to buy that is better?
By ASHER MEIR
Magen David Adom's new app boasts of advanced features such as geolocation, live videos of medical scenes and text message communication with medics.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
‘Pause’ box blocks calls, texts, emails.
The leaked internal documents show that NSO Group charges customers $1.15 million to access 10 iPhones.
New customers will be given a three-month free trial, after which the cost will be NIS 19.99, or NIS 29.99 for families of up to six.
By NIV ELIS
Golan and Hot both entered the market following a major cellular reform led by then-communications minister Moshe Kahlon.
Apple is engaged in a legal battle with the US Justice Department over judge's order that it write new software to disable passcode of device.
Golan was one of the new players to enter the market following reforms that lead to dramatic drops in the price of cellular services.
Described as "energy drink for the mobile phone" the mobeego single-use, cordless charging unit can boost mobile battery life for up to four hours.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Approval is far from guaranteed since a merger might hurt consumer prices, however,
The new gender-identifying algorithm detects the specific movement of holding the device upside down in a pants pocket or putting it into a pocketbook.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Army looks at giving commanders encrypted smartphones with combat apps.
By YAAKOV KATZ
The iPhone and Android app NetBus is the brainchild of four young men who came up with the idea during their army service.
By SHARON UDASIN
Luxury Institute research focused on app usage of wealthy consumers, who earn annual income of $150,000 or more.
Israeli startup Powermat, backed by Jay-Z, develops cable-free charging surfaces for electric devices.
By ANOUK LORIE AND TIFFANY STELMAN, NOCAMELS
The Top Technology story of 2011, according to JPost reader votes.
iPhone 4S fails to impress investors, fans; "Apple no longer has a leading edge, its cloud service is even behind," says analyst.
A model expected to be faster, thinner, larger-screened will be launched just in time for the holiday season; company faces tough competition.
The translation engine trains itself to determine the most common way a native speaker would say a particular phrase.
In today’s economy, there’s only one company that can pull this off. And there’s only one product that they could use to do it.
Live social media coverage, website redesign, special topical content areas also part of expanded digital focus.
By ELANA KIRSH
In 1,935 days in captivity, what has the soldier missed? Has he heard of his family's efforts to lobby for his release? The Arab Spring? Facebook WikiLeaks?
In absence of national smoking "quit-line" omnipresent cellphones, websites become cheap, easy ways to help smokers kick habit.
Largest study yet on mobile phone use adds to growing pile of evidence that it has no links to cancer.
An iPhone app that measures the user’s heart rate could be turned into a sophisticated medical monitor able to capture, transmit vital physiological data.
By WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
The statistical breakdown according to cellular companies, or carriers, reveals that the three major companies had similar shares of the antenna infrastructure.
By LIOR REGEV
Yosefov introduces them to a magical world that existed before smartphones and Facebook.
By YAEL BRYGEL
"Jobs came down the mountain with two tablets, iPad one and iPad two, and the result is that we now have a culture of i, i, i," British Chief Rabbi says at interfaith conference.
Palestinians in the West Bank are left without 3G services, as the rest of the world prepares to welcome 5G services in 2018.
By ADAM RASGON
MK denies seeking to harm state security but does not deny charges against him.
By ELIYAHU KAMISHER,LAHAV HARKOV
Apple spokesman Fred Sainz confirmed that the company had issued the patch after being contacted by researchers.
Free time during summer vacation leads to dangers online.
By HAYAH GOLDLIST-EICHLER
"While it is up to the president of the Orange group to define the commercial strategy of its company, France is firmly opposed to any boycott of Israel," says French FM Laurent Fabius.
"We will decide what is best for us, our customers and we will follow through," says incoming Partner CEO Itzhak Benveniste
Use of smartphones and social media by children leads to lack of sleep and over-exhaustion, new study says.
The way we read and write has changed dramatically since the Internet took over our lives.
The Israel Antiquities Authority's ‘Dig Quest: Israel’ app features Dead Sea Scrolls, Genesis, 10 Commandments and psalms.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Anticipated new smartphones to be priced in Israel at NIS 3,500 for 16GB regular iPhone, while iPhone 6 Plus is set to go for NIS 4,200.
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
Several Israeli-developed apps are leading a revolution in personal safety.
By AVIVA GAT
An Israeli company hopes to reduce the high-cost of phone calls while traveling.
By ADAM GONN
What do you when the Shin Bet chief sits next to you?
By HAIM WATZMAN
Perhaps it is time innovative Israelis began to think differently, urges innovation consultant Dan Breznitz
By SHLOMO MAITAL
A recent picture of a rabbi in a compromising position that scandalized the haredi community is finally explained.
By JEREMY SHARON
Bnei Brak rabbi holds iPhone-smashing ceremony: "A religious person who owns impure device is an abomination, disgusting."
Mobile technologies are augmenting traditional learning, how people fill their free time, says Aish HaTorah rabbi.
By JTA / JOSH LIPOWSKY
He’s been called every name in the book, from messiah to charlatan – but I’ll bet nobody has ever called him Jewish.
Weisenthal Centre slams "Jew/Non-Jew" app, which classifies public figures as "both parents Jewish," "half-Jewish," "convert," or "non-Jew."
Application asked people to guess whether French celebrities were Jewish or not; creator, Johann Levy, said he wanted to show Jewish pride.
"The most important piece of photographic equipment that you will ever use is in your head," says photography expert Tom Langford.
By TOM LANGFORD
Elections can be complicated, so let your smartphone or tablet help in making that all important decision.
By ZOHAR FRIEDMAN
Hanukka meets modernity with 5 fun smartphones apps to help you feel the spirit of the season.
The Torah for iPad app lets you actually “touch” the Torah while “scrolling” through it with a virtual hand-shaped pointer.
With the New Year around the corner, use any of these applications to get into the swing of the holiday.
Reap the benefits of Israeli innovation with five great apps that show off the best in homegrown innovation.
Book your tickets and let us handle the rest: Five apps to plan your most memorable Israel vacation.
Summer is here and love's in the air. Brush up on your dating skills and check out these top 5 Jewish dating apps.
The small world of Kosher eating is expanding in both range and palate, one application at a time.
Top 5 Hebrew language apps: Stop searching and start immersing yourself in Ivrit.
This week, Appaholic brings you five apps that celebrate a humorous history of Jewish wisdom and rhetorical ticks.
Just in time for Purim, Appaholic brings you four apps that will make this Purim just that much more interesting.
The Orthodox Union has released an app to help you keep kosher, which includes a special chametz function for Passover.
Downloaded over 500,000 times in the first month the new Any.DO app is getting a lot of attention in the tech world.
By TIFFANY STELMAN/NOCAMELS
Might looking at screens for too long be harmful to our eyes?
“People fear things they depend on but don’t have any control over. That’s technology.” (The Atlantic, October 16, 2015)
By MIKE GROPPER
With the introduction of SCiO, Sharon believes the last gap in the zero-information- gap society will be bridged.
By PATRICIA CARMEL
News briefs from around the nation.
By COMPILED BY TAMARA ZIEVE
A resource for parents of young children and an app for ‘digital natives’ create online communities to bring users pertinent information.
Prior to the agreement, mobile phones with American SIM cards could not receive any sort of signal in Iran and vice versa.
Her lawyer told the paper she had accused her husband of having an affair.
Steve Jobs' Syrian-born father condemns regime's "brutality" in YouTube clip.
By OREN KESSLER
Suspect allegedly offered fictitious products for sale on popular second-hand sales site.
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
What do you get if you mix a charity with smart phone technology? An app that helps the needy, of course.
By RUTH EGLASH
News roundup from the center of the country.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
It is difficult to measure the serious damage such actions have caused to Israel’s security and intelligence gathering capabilities.
By LIOR AKERMAN
As we embark on a new (school) year, perhaps it is time to resolve to reclaim space for human interaction and to stop blaming technology.
By GALINA VROMEN
"Every once in a while, something happens that reaffirms my belief that sometimes, less is more."
By STEWART WEISS
What are we missing out on by not disconnecting?
By BRIAN BLUM
The Internet and mobile technology make it increasingly difficult to switch off.
In some ways, the gadgets the Apple founder created have become a social nuisance.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Smartphones are playing a middleman, micro-computer role, but not yet replacing the computer as the Internet’s main home.
Jury rules that Korean company copied key features of Apple's iPhone and iPad; some Samsung products could be banned.
Tributes pour in from Apple fans across the world after news of the death of Apple co founder Steve Jobs.
Newly minted CEO Tim Cook launches first major product at Apple Central without former boss Steve Jobs.
Analysts do not expect Jobs' resignation - which was more a question of when than if - to derail Apple's fabled product-launch roadmap.