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#InstaHack: Instagram security risk revealed – is your phone safe?

By | 2020-09-24T12:20:01+00:00 September 24th, 2020|Sci/Tech|

With roughly a billion monthly users, the possible damage a security breach in the popular social media application might cause is enormous.

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Three Israeli innovation teams win 24-hours virtual ‘boot camp’

By | 2020-09-24T09:24:48+00:00 September 24th, 2020|Sci/Tech|

Start-Up Nation, Tel Aviv Municipality and Google for StartUp jointly created the boot camp, which offered hundreds of eager participants their first big break.

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Footprints show humans reached Saudi Arabia almost 120,000 years ago – or did they?

By | 2020-09-18T15:13:53+00:00 September 18th, 2020|Sci/Tech|

The fossil evidence doesn't show any other Homo species around at the time but there's very little of that fossil evidence and Neanderthals were in Israel then

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Tactile Mobility joins BMW to produce the cars of the future

By | 2020-09-17T19:36:35+00:00 September 17th, 2020|Sci/Tech|

Tactile Mobility creates new software and AI solutions meant to use existing car sensors to ensure the smart car of the future won’t just see the road, it would also ‘feel’ the road

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Fabric offers innovative robotic solutions ahead of Rosh Hashanah

By | 2020-09-17T14:13:50+00:00 September 17th, 2020|Sci/Tech|

The Israeli company promotes the usage of Micro-Fulfillment Centers (MFC) to ensure Israelis get their delivery in two hours or less.

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Archaic humans may have cooked 1.7 million years ago – in hot springs

By | 2020-09-17T13:42:48+00:00 September 17th, 2020|Sci/Tech|

More than a million years before we discovered ‘fire,’ meat-eating archaic humans living in Olduvai Gorge were in proximity of hot springs and may have discovered the wonders of boiling their prey

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New international innovation quarter launched in Jerusalem

By | 2020-09-15T12:38:45+00:00 September 15th, 2020|Sci/Tech|

“It is precisely during these difficult times, more than ever, that Jerusalem must build itself for the new world after the economic and social crisis caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic."

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Taglit, ‘Post’ tackle coronavirus technology at innovation conference

By | 2020-09-14T18:11:29+00:00 September 14th, 2020|Sci/Tech|

How the Start-up Nation's innovation is leading the fight against COVID-19. Presented by Taglit-Birthright Israel and The Jerusalem Post

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