It did not stop at hacking back
Israel used real brute force to deal with a Hamas cyberattack. The IDF just carried out an air strike on the building where it thought the hackers were operating.
Part of its data-centric plans
Chipzilla is talking about manufacturing expansion at its three main sites – Oregon, Ireland and Israel.
A new report suggests growth problems in the Promised Land
A new report has warned that Israel is struggling to recruit enough workers to its technology sector.
Shin Bet taps startup pool for a whole bag of scary tech
Israel’s domestic intelligence service Shin Beth as called up the countries thriving startup industry to come up with tech which should put the fear of Jehovah into human rights groups.
Israeli economy minister spills the beans
Israeli Economy Minister Eli Cohen said on Tuesday he was told by US chipmaker Intel Corp that the company’s board has approved a plan to expand its operations in Israel.
Failure to disclose is not kosher
Israel’s consumer protection bureau is investigating the fruity cargo cult Apple over a failure to disclose to consumers that its software could slow performance in some iPhones.
Like the beard, gives me something to hang onto
The smartphones of dozens of Israeli soldiers were hacked by Hamas militants pretending to be attractive young women online.
What could possibly go wrong?
Israel's General Robotics has developed tiny 'combat robots' that can climb stairs, traverse difficult terrain, and nail anything that moves with a nine millimetre Glock.
Israel's Cellebrite, a provider of mobile forensic software, has been named as the outfit which is helping the US Federal Bureau of Investigation's attempt to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino, California shooters.