Israel prepares for #OpIsrael cyberattack

The #OpsIsrael attack has taken place every year on April 7 since 2013, and was first launched on the eve of the Holocaust Remembrance Day with a stated goal of erasing Israel from the Internet.

Israel’s desert city of Beersheba is turning into a cybertech oasis

The Israeli military's massive relocation of its prestigious technology units, the presence of multinational and local companies, a close proximity to Ben Gurion University and generous government sub

Robot hands over apple to Intel

A new approach to robotic sensing and grasping was demoed at IDF by Joshua Smith, Principal Research Intel, Seattle. Using Electric Field Pre-touch, the same sensing used by some species of fish, the

Intel showcases wireless power

Intel remotely fired up the audience today at the IDF R&D Forum Keynote by wirelessly powering a light bulb from a distance of 2 feet away. Using a signal generator and a power amplifier, wireless

Woz at IDF

Steve Wozniak dropped by IDF today to shoot the shit with Moira Gunn, host of Tech Nation. Woz was animated and insightful for the hour-long conversation. What ultimately was a retrospective on the hi

A monitor signal that can travel 10KM

Luxtera has developed a technology that sends plain ol’ electrical signals over fiber optic cable. At IDF in San Francisco, the company showed off a way to take a Displayport signal and send it

Nehalem and Atom at IDF

Intel imagines a world with 15 Billion connected devices by 2015. As they see it, all that belongs to Atom, their mobile processor that already has over 700 design engagements. Stating that the “mos