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Dozens of IDF soldiers compromised after downloading applications from unknown links.
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.
Approval is far from guaranteed since a merger might hurt consumer prices, however,
By NIV ELIS
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 app, called Fliehen vor dem Holocaust, or Escaping the Holocaust, allows users to learn about the fate of four individuals using multimedia tools.
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.
By DAVID SHAMAH
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?
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