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Antisemitic books from Kyrie Irving scandal removed from Barnes & Noble

Activists had been calling on Barnes & Noble, Amazon and other booksellers to remove "Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America" from their platforms.

Twitter launches $8 monthly subscription with blue checkmark

A blue check mark next to a person's user name means Twitter has confirmed that the account belongs to the person or company claiming it. 

By REUTERS
05/11/2022

Antisemitic book from Kyrie Irving scandal a bestseller on Amazon, Apple

The Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America series promotes the conspiracy theory that Jewish people are imposters who stole the heritage of black people.

'Enemies', 'HaMefakedet' and more hot Israeli shows to watch

The documentary series "Enemies" is back for its second season and will be airing on Kan 11, with an episode about the Yom Kippur War.

Pascale’s Kitchen: Festive Sukkot apple desserts

After the last couple of weeks of preparing festive dishes for the High Holy Days, it’s time to prepare special apple desserts that are perfect for serving in the sukkah.

Mobile phone critic Pope Francis meets Apple chief Tim Cook

The 85-year-old pope has a mixed relationship with cellphones.

By REUTERS
03/10/2022

This Youtuber smashed a car in order to test a new iPhone 14 feature

Youtuber TechRax is know for destroying gadgets in the experiments they upload regularly to their channel.

By Walla!
27/09/2022
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Phone stolen? Don't try this trick - though it does work

Waking up on a busy day and then losing your phone in the middle of it all can be stressful, but thanks to Apple's "Find my iPhone" app, you can easily find your lost phone even if it was stolen.

By KARIN ARAD/WALLA!
17/09/2022

Saudi prince invested $500m. in Russia at start of Ukraine war

Saudi Arabia's Kingdom Holding Co, the investment firm controlled by billionaire Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal invested over $500 million dollars in Russian energy companies: Gazprom, Rosneft and Lukoil.

By REUTERS
15/08/2022

Apple onboards over 60 Palestinian engineers, looks to grow

The tech giant hopes to “make meaningful change” while doing good business at the same time

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