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Wednesday, November 8, 2017
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Jerusalem elbows its way into a spot on Israel’s tech scene
A weeklong initiative brings foreign entrepreneurs to Jerusalem to give them a feel of the holy city's startup buzz
El Al chief David Maimon to step down after 4 years at helm
Maimon oversaw procurement of 16 Boeing 787 Dreamliners; airline faces increased competition from low-cost flights and has been embroiled in labor disputes
Sleep deprivation causes neurons to nap, Israeli study finds
Researchers say that the longer we stay awake, the slower our brain gets, damaging visual perception and memory associations
Apple sued by Israeli company over phone camera patents
Tel Aviv-based startup founded by university professor claims tech giant is using its innovations in iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus models
Israeli television executive resigns to fight rape, assault accusations
Alex Gilady says he is temporarily stepping down as president of Keshet Media to clear his name of 'unfounded claims'
Just say no!
Three weeks ago, Professor Alan Dershowitz gave a speech at the University of California-Berkeley in which he laid out the liberal case for Israel. Shortly thereafter, a cartoon appeared in the student newspaper, the Daily Californian, that depicted Professor Dershowitz with spider-like features smiling as he sticks his head through a cardboard cutout. Behind the cardboard he is stomping on a Palestinian child with his foot. In his hand is an Israeli soldier who is shooting an unarmed Palestinian. Incredibly, the cartoon provoked almost no public reaction among the University...
QueenB takes a byte out of gender gap to promote diversity in tech
Jerusalem-area initiative that teaches middle-school girls coding and confidence wins $72,000 at the WeWork Creator Awards
'In the first week, we hit the jackpot'
1,600-year-old church mosaic puzzles out key role of women in early Christianity
Female donor memorialized in one of seven Greek inscriptions found recently in Byzantine village churches in the Galilee
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