Friday, February 23, 2018
Science & Tech

Science & Tech

A Google app that takes images and finds similar-looking paintings from museums around the world is a viral hit.
The lawsuit filed in Tel Aviv accuses the company of breaching its duty toward users by failing to disclose that “innocent” software updates would slow the performance of older model iPhones.
Tel Aviv-based Corephotonics claims the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus use its camera technology without permission.
A country with no car manufacturing to speak of and notoriously bad drivers has become an unlikely center for automotive innovation.
Want to look younger? Show surprise instead of smiling, the Ben-Gurion University study found.
The bot is designed to provide information on the life story of Anne Frank in the form of a personalized chat conversation.
The U.S. chipmaker Intel will pay $14.7 billion to acquire the driverless technology firm Mobileye in what reportedly is the largest-ever purchase of an Israeli high-tech company.
A new app to teach youth about the Holocaust will be a centerpiece of Switzerland’s chairmanship of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.
Her pioneering work earned her the million-dollar Kavli Prize in Nanoscience in 2012, the National Medal of Science, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and IEEE Medal of Honor, the highest award of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system successfully completed tests of an upgraded system using some American-made components.


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