Lately Amnesty has been targeting Israel through its fixation on Pegasus, a software that can be “injected” into smartphones to track the user’s location, calls, messages, etc.
The CDC recommends cleaning and disinfecting “high-touch” surfaces including phones, tables, doorknobs, light switches, tablets, and more.
The development of the app is notable not only from an educational standpoint, but also from the perspective of the medium of video games, which has traditionally forgone discussing the Holocaust.
Thanks to Tetavi, it's now possible to hear Rivlin's Independence Day address personally through alternate reality without the use of a smartphone app.
The new system will monitor how users travel and will choose the cheapest option based on their travel at the end of each month.
With half of all children receiving their first phone between the ages of 10 and 12, smartphone addiction is becoming a problem worldwide.
According to a study done by ESET, nearly half of Israelis were hurt due to spam or malicious emails.
Yom Kippur reminds us we are are slaves to our tech, here's how other are detoxing.
The Global Technology Shabbat Movement is encouraging everyone to disconnect from screens for one day every week.