Two companies have announced rollouts of recharging-station networks, with government ministries supporting the move
Aaronsohn, who died a century ago, was a father of invention – and of an underground group fighting the Turks during World War I
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter passed over the landing site on April 22 and identified a mark on the surface made by Beresheet's April 11 crash
This time it’s the Arava region in the southeast, where the real estate is cheap but the cellphone reception is choppy and the jobs few. Not for long, a few dreamers say
The first Beresheet effort was mostly funded by private donors, but now minister says there is 'need to increase mobilization for the success of the project'
Boost Academy trains students for professions that will be in demand later, not now
Unable to escape Israeli dissonance between progress and carelessness, the Beresheet project testifies to what could be achieved with a more generous governmental investment in space technology
The pictures, taken from a distance of 470 kilometers, show 4.5 million year-old craters
Private colleges also face recent drop in popularity, reversing trend of steady increase
The cannons are expected to improve the effectiveness of the army’s artillery, requiring fewer soldiers to operate them and cutting maintenance costs
Tests on David's Sling in southern Israel lauded by Defense Ministry as 'important milestone in Israel's operational capability to defend itself'
The IDF acknowledges it was slow to grasp the effect of the aerial threat on the sense of security in border communities; Laser-based weapon in development by defense establishment not yet operational
The archivists initially accused Wikimedia of acting 'violently' and like 'thieves in the night' for uploading trove of historical photos
Airobotics, which makes automated industrial drones, says move is intended to meet growing demand in the U.S., Australia, and the Asia-Pacific region
The giant U.S. company has become as a major factor in Israeli high-tech and this week it presence looks to be getting bigger still. That’s not all good news
With ever more scooters, either privately owned or rented for short terms, flooding the streets of Tel Aviv, a revolution in how residents commute is in sight, but lack of regulations and infrastructure might risk its success
Thousands of hobbyists and companies are operating based on a law from 1981 when unmanned aircraft were only a distant dream. Well, no one really knows about the law
Israeli technology identified and neutralized several suspicious drones hovering around world leaders
InnovoPro raises funds ■ Playtika buys German games maker Wooga ■ Shin Bet to grant money to more companies
For years, Israel has been gathering biometric data from foreign citizens in Israel, including asylum seekers. By 2010, the Population and Immigration Authority had biometric data on about 210,000 foreigners in its data base
Wikimedia Israel, which claims the 28,000 photos were in the public domain, sparked the ire of archivists accusing local affiliate of acting like 'thieves in the night'
NSO has received harsh criticism after accusations that its software has been used by governments to spy on journalists, human rights activists and other dissidents
People who are monitored start to behave and think differently – and no one knows it better than Israelis
Meanwhile, an Australian-Israeli startup is developing fuel mostly made of water
With 142 out of 155 branch closures approved, legislators decry banks that are allegedly leaving the poor, the elderly, the disabled, non-Hebrew speakers and the web-illiterate in the lurch
Haaretz investigation spanning 100 sources in 15 countries reveals Israel has become a leading exporter of tools for spying on civilians. Dictators around the world – even in countries with no formal ties to Israel – use them eavesdrop on human rights activists, monitor emails, hack into apps and record conversations
This is not the first time Amazon representatives have visited Israel in an effort to improve service. Representatives visited twice last year, in June and November
The system is falling short both at Israel’s borders and with the police, though the recognition of faces is going better, a new report says
In order to increase output in food production, Israeli farming is adding new innovations to its current list of drip irrigation and cherry tomatoes ■ In 2017, $182 million went into the field in Israel - so how is this related to weapons production?
Meanwhile, JFrog raises $165 million for software-update technology