Welcome: The World’s First ‘Virtual Reality’ Laptop

It goes without saying that the augmented and virtual reality effects of the zSpace laptop are ground-breaking.

10 Jobs Of The Future

As technology becomes more sophisticated, the need to ensure tech products meet certain ethical standards becomes vital.

Is Tech The Answer For Seizure Patients?

Once programmed, the RNS System monitors a patient’s brainwaves and is ready to provide treatment whenever it detects unusual activity that can lead to a seizure, even if the patient is sleeping.

Israel’s First Massive Solar Farms Receive Licenses

Israel’s scorching-hot desert will soon be home to massive solar energy farms, bringing Israel closer to its goal of reliance on renewable energy. The Public Utility Authority on Monday issued nine licenses to establish Israel’s first large-scale solar energy farms.

Why Isn’t My App Finished Yet?

The culprit can also be lack of time or a lack of experience necessary to create an initial comprehensive and accurate software plan.

The Future Of Fake News

Not long ago, a small political party in Belgium also made a deepfake. It produced a video of President Trump encouraging Belgium to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord. The video was met with anger and outrage – except that it was a fake.

The Future Sneaker: Nike Vs. Adidas

Previously, owning a pair of sneakers required little to no maintenance. Smart sneakers, however, need to be charged.

Israel Welcomes 300 Int’l Asian Science Prodigies

Over 300 young science geniuses from across Asia and the Pacific participated in the sixth Asian Science Camp (ASC) in Jerusalem this past week. It was Israel’s first time hosting the science camp, which is typically held in Asia. Students arrived from 23 different countries-- including nations which don't have diplomatic relations with Israel.

How Much Is Too Much Screen Time?

The majority of children in the U.S. spend more than two hours a day before a screen. Does too much screen time affect children negatively?

Etsy Change May Deal Blow To Mom-and-Pop Shops

Internal company research suggests that customers are 20 percent more likely to complete a transaction when shipping is free.

DavkaWriter Dimensions

For those who own Davka Writer Platinum and are utilizing the text library feature in it, I am sure you are probably very satisfied with your purchase.

Edible Water Pouches

Takeout containers are usually made out of plastic, but Notpla is working to make a waterproof, greaseproof – and compostable – alternative.

When Tech Becomes Too Much

They’re fuzzy. They’re fun. And they all have the same goal: to provide companionship and alleviate loneliness. Sounds adorable, right?

Tanach

Judaica Press, in conjunction with Davka software, offers a great alternative to your traditional Chumash or Navi by giving you The Judaica Press Tanach on CD-ROM.

Improving Lives: One Liter At A Time

It is also a cost-effective and commercially available solution that generates fresh, pure water directly from the atmosphere at prices that are up to 10 times cheaper than local filtered water.

Smart Kitchen Gadgets

The Family Hub also performs a variety of traditional “smart assistant” tasks, such as coordinating schedules, playing songs, and playing your favorite shows.

Seeing Israel Anywhere, Every Day

I haven’t been to Israel in six years. That might not sound like a lot of time to some people, but might sound like an eternity to others

Israel Start-Up Plans Hitchiking Safety App

In response to the kidnapping of three boys last week, some Israelis have prayed. Some have voiced support on social media. And some have done what they do...

The Talmud Gets (Another) Facelift

Let’s face it, the words “cool” and “Gemara” don’t really go hand in hand. In fact, they probably aren’t meant to. But like it or not the new and improved ArtScroll app has made Gemara as cool as can be, thanks to the tech wizards at RustyBrick.

How Much Do You Trust Facebook?

The Portal already has stiff competition from Google Home and Amazon Echo, although its video-calling technology gives it a unique twist to help differentiate it from other smart speaker devices.

Bar Ilan Responsa

Bar Ilan Responsa, Volume Ten Plus is a powerful product that will make a very nice addition to your Jewish software library. In fact, it will probably make up a large part of your Jewish software library. This is a most excellent option for the student who needs a serious array of resources at an affordable price.

Touch Typing Now!

As computers are being used by more and more people, it has become apparent that typing is not just a skill required by typist anymore. Acquiring strong typing skills is imperative when conducting a thorough web search or any other computer program.

Doro Tree

In the past few years, quite a few programs have been released to the public that help make tracing your lineage a lot easier. However, for the Jewish community at large, extra features are required that have not been addressed in these programs. That is until recently, with the release of Doro Tree.

Walking Through The Mishkan

Within a few short weeks, the weekly parshah will address the topics of the Mishkan (tabernacle) and the kohen’s begadim (priestly vestments). What better way to prepare for this reading than actually seeing, up close and personal, the objects mentioned in the text.

Israel Study: Maternal Stress a Plus for Fetus

Children of mothers who experienced stress during pregnancy may have increased abilities to cope with mental and physical distress in maturity, according to a study out of the Faculty of Medicine at the Technion and Ha’Emek Hospital in Afula reported by Globes.

Instagram Unveils Anti-Bullying Tool

When posting a selfie, a shimmer of hearts floats across the screen and the user is encouraged to tag a friend to spread kindness.

Shopping – On Black Friday & Cyber Monday

Here are some tips to help you get the most out of Black Friday and Cyber Monday:

Israeli Anti-Nausea Pill for Cancer Patients Passes Clinical Trial

Israel’s RedHill Biopharma announced success last week in a major clinical trial of a new drug to prevent nausea in cancer patients.

Driverless Trucks Coming Your Way?

The company claims it can reduce average purchased transportation costs by 30 percent, and it has secured some of the most coveted customers in the industry.

IBM Unveils Tool To Fight Computer Bias

It’s not just humans who are biased. Apparently, computer algorithms are too. That's why IBM recently unveiled AI Fairness 360 (AIF360) – an artificial...

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