Facebook’s relations with its Israeli users are on the brink of a crisis. But it could be due to unwarranted expectations
Think about Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds.' One crow doesn’t look especially scary, but thousands of crows attacking a specific target — that’s the stuff of horror movies.
Students start freshman year motivated and excited, but soon grow disappointed. The fault lies with Tinder as a way of life.
College and university education in Israel in general has been undergoing rapid change, plagued as it is by a multitude of structural problems on both the demand and supply sides.
There is no way to stop the flood of information exploding across social networks; a state agency that seeks a gag order is on its way to a humiliating defeat.
The upcoming election has made social media the place to be, but social media statistics, especially those relating to politicians, are misleading.
Anthony David’s book on pioneering tech investor Yossi Vardi offers a portrait of a swell guy with laudable goals, but offers no new insights into the world of Israeli entrepreneurship that Vardi so significantly shaped.
The 'race' of workers produced by Microsoft under its evaluation policy is one of employees obsessed by the issue of what bosses will say about them, rather than what customers want. That’s no recipe for success.
Some people might say that it's not possible to produce telephones that are so thin without paying a price - and the price is saying goodbye to the possibility of changing a battery alone. What utter rubbish!
Even if we work on the assumption that the tablets, lead by Apple's iPad, are indeed threatening to step into the shoes of the PC, we cannot be sure that this is a good thing.