Belgian company Barco has unveiled what's probably the most advanced flight-training simulator in the world, a fully immersive, 360 degree system using rear projection.
SDE Energy, the manufacturer of a wave-powered hydraulic generator, claims its technology can produce electricity cheaper than other renewables.
The U.S. government has reportedly invoked the controversial Patriot Act as a legal basis for demanding data from Internet provider Dynadot about WikiLeaks and Julian Assange.
Israel's Justice Ministry has given the green light to Google's Street View cars, which will start capturing images of Jerusalem as soon as next month.
Apple has kicked out an app from the iTunes App Store after receiving a complaint directly from the government of Israel.
The desert might seem like the most obvious place to take advantage of solar power, but most view the space as barren wasteland.
A US lawyer is suing Facebook for more than $1 million after, he says, it put his life in danger after being too slow to remove a radical Palestinian page.
You may have never heard of it but the Israeli startup Conduit has half as many users as Facebook, more users than LinkedIn and Twitter, and it’s for sale.
Israel and Russia have signed a deal to cooperate and share technology in space research and exploration.
The Israeli Ministry of Defense has developed an advanced security system capable of automatically flagging suspicious individuals and activity within a designated area.
Security researchers have discovered an obscure biblical reference hidden in the complex code of a powerful, yet enigmatic worm known as Stuxnet.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) - which now classifies cyber warfare as a "central strategic pillar" - has reportedly established a military intelligence (MI) unit capable of engaging in both defensive and offensive digital warfare.
A high-ranking Iranian official recently acknowledged that at least 30,000 computers belonging to classified "industrial units" have been infected and subsequently disabled by the enigmatic Stuxnet worm.
The Israeli government has bought the @Israel Twitter account from the owner of a pornographic website.
Claiming that it has competing a security investigation on the ramifications of iPads inside the country, Israel will no longer confiscate the device from citizens who have "smuggled" one in.
Israel was forced to abort a military raid on a West bank village after a soldier posted details on his Facebook page.