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Business & Finance | Advertising/Marketing

Nvidia uses federated learning to create medical imaging AI | VentureBeat

Nvidia is applying federated learning to medical imaging, a way to protect patient privacy without the need to remove data from hospital servers or devices.

Science & Technology | Tech News

The Best New Features of watchOS 6

While not all of the features of watchOS 6 work on every model, some of the core features can bring new life. Let's look at some of the best new features.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Open Sukkah Offers Holiday Home To Weary Travelers, City Dwellers In Israel

'Airbnb for sukkahs' connects hosts from Tasmania to Saskatoon with those who don't have a hut in which to celebrate festival. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Tech

Steve Jobs Was Wrong About Computers (And We're Paying For It Right Now) | Inc.

Sometimes, entrepreneurs can be taken over by wishful thinking. Even the great ones.

Science & Technology | Technology

iPhone 11 Pro Max battles the Galaxy Note 10 in a battery test, and the winner is clear – BGR

Apple’s new iPhone 11 lineup the company unveiled in September came with a few surprises for once, with some early renders and physical designs that leaked out shown to be a bit off and allowing Apple to actually give fans a few things they weren’t ex

Science & Technology | Social Media

Pinterest says AI reduced reported self-harm content by 88% | VentureBeat

Pinterest announced that it's using AI and machine learning to reduce the visibility of self-harm content on its platform.

Science & Technology | Science

NASA’s new Moon-bound spacesuit is safer, smarter and much more comfortable | TechCrunch

The next Americans to set foot on the Moon will do so in a brand new spacesuit that's based on, but hugely improved from, the original Apollo suits that last went up there in the '70s. With easier entry, better mobility, and improved communications, these

Science & Technology | Technology

7 paid iPhone apps you can download for free on October 10th – BGR

We've got some terrific paid iPhone and iPad apps for you to check out on Thursday that are all on sale for free. We had to dig through hundreds of apps to find them, but these seven iOS apps represent the best premium apps of the day that are available a

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple pulls police-tracking app used by Hong Kong protesters after consulting authorities

Apple Inc has removed an app that helped Hong Kong protesters track police movements, saying it was used to ambush law enforcement - a move that follows sharp criticism of the U.S. tech giant by a Chinese state newspaper for allowing the software.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Rotom possibly teased in a mysterious tweet by Pokemon GO | Pokemon GO Hub

Pokemon GO official Twitter account has shared a peculiar tweet roughly an hour ago, hinting that Professor Willow’s computer may have been compromised! Maybe it’s too early, we think this is a clear hint for Rotom’s release in Pokemon GO. Here’s

Science & Technology | Tech News

21 Best Websites To Get Programming Jobs In 2019

Today, there are plenty of well-paid contract gigs, remote and in-house positions available for programmers. Here is a curated list of 21 best IT job boards where you can easily find your next work engagement.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Instagram launches Create mode with On This Day throwbacks | TechCrunch

Instagram has finally turned Throwback Thursday into an official feature. It’s part of the new Instagram “Create” mode that launches today in Stories, bringing the app beyond the camera. Create makes Instagram a more omni-purpose social network with

Science & Technology | Social Media

Twitter says it unintentionally misused user data for advertising

Users saw adds targeted based on email and phone numbers provided for security.

News | Clean Energy

The Hydrogen Economy Is Within Grasp And Progressive Energy Companies Know It

The hydrogen economy is within grasp — the type of progress that can rollback the effects of climate change. The goal is to produce hydrogen from a carbon-free source and in doing so, displaces fossil fuels.

Science & Technology | Technology

End big tech's unfair advantage | VentureBeat

It's time to address the stark difference between legacy newspapers, radio, and television and today’s dominating digital technology companies.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

11 Apps That Will Make You Feel Smarter!

Your smartphone is the window to all the knowledge in the world—and these apps will help you unlock it.

Science & Technology | Computer & Coding Tips

Your Mac Doesn't Want to Empty the Trash? Make It!

Ever tried to empty the trash on your Mac, only to be told that "Operation can't be completed because the item [file name] is in use?" Force it to delete!

Science & Technology | Tech

Amazon’s Prime Video app disappears from the App Store [Updated] – TechCrunch

In what we understand was a “technical issue”, the Amazon Prime Video app disappeared from the Apple App Store, making it unavailable for new downloads or updates to users both on iOS and Apple TV. Twitter users began to tweet to Amazon for he

Science & Technology | Tech News

Surface Pro 7 vs. iPad Pro: Can Microsoft's top 2-in-1 take on Apple's high-powered tablet?

Microsoft souped up the Surface Pro 7 with new processors and graphics, while the iPad Pro has new powers with iPadOS.

Music | Music

How the Beatles Took Recording Technology to a New Level in 'Abbey Road' | Smithsonian

An expert in sound recording details how the band deployed stereo and synthesizers to put a unique artistic stamp on this iconic album

Science & Technology | Tech News

Uber to launch Uber Works temp worker app Friday in Chicago

New app emerges as Uber grapples with changes that could upend the gig economy.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel's Taboola, Outbrain To Merge In Bid To Compete With Google, Facebook Ad 'Duopoly'

Adam Singolda, founder of Taboola, will serve as the CEO of the merged company which will employ over 2,000 people in 23 offices globally. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Dutch inventor says his ocean cleaning boom is working

After a series of setbacks, a system for catching plastic floating in the Pacific between California and Hawaii is now working, its Dutch inventor said Wednesday. Boyan Slat, a university dropout who founded The Ocean Cleanup nonprofit, announced that the

Science & Technology | Tech News

How malware uses web apps to turn PCs into conduits for attacks

It's not just botnets that can hijack PCs for nefarious ends. Microsoft and Cisco's Talos researchers have identified a new malware strain, Nodersok (or Diverg...

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Why global brands need to be in Israel if they’re serious about innovation - ISRAEL21c

Digital marketing expert Jonathan Frenkel went to some of Israel’s biggest tech conferences and discovered an international thirst for new ideas.

Visual Arts | Visual Arts

16 Hidden Art Secrets That Were Uncovered With Technology

Several famous paintings are known to cover older works by the artist that can now be detected by scientific techniques like X-ray fluoroscopy, revealing the original paintings and drawings that…

Science & Technology | TECH

Microsoft Could Launch Both a Surface 7 and Surface Pro 7 Next Week | Digital Trends

With less than a week until the yearly Microsoft Surface hardware event, new reports have emerged regarding several products expected to be announced, including the notable 2-and-1 tablet, the Surface Pro 7, which is not only expected to revealed next wee

Science & Technology | Technology

New ‘unpatchable’ iPhone exploit could allow for permanent jailbreaking - The Verge

A newly announced iOS exploit could lead to a permanent, unblockable jailbreak on hundreds of millions of iPhones, according to researcher axi0mX who discovered it. Dubbed "checkm8," the exploit is a bootrom vulnerability that could give hackers deep acce

Science & Technology | Social Media

Facebook will begin hiding likes on Friday - CNET

The social media giant will test hiding the number of likes, reactions and views that posts get.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

How NASA gave birth to modern computing—and gets no credit for it

The space agency and MIT’s bet on the integrated circuit kicked off the digital age.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple Issues Warning For Millions Of iPad, iPhone Users

Apple has confirmed that millions of iPhones and iPads are at risk in iOS 13...

Science & Technology | Technology

iPadOS: The 11 best features coming to your iPad on September 24 - Business Insider

Apple's iPadOS software update for the iPad will bring several new features that make it a better laptop replacement when it launches on September 24.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Fish are big fans of Israeli 3D-printed coral reefs - ISRAEL21c

The printed reefs are made from sustainable bioplastics in a variety of materials, colors, sizes and forms. Turns out, fish really like color.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Twitter now lets all iPhone users pin favorited lists to the timeline - 9to5Mac

After opening up access for the home timeline Lists feature to let users more easily follow their interests earlier this summer, Twitter is rolling out access for all iOS users today. Twitter shared the news in a press release: On iOS starting September 2

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Best Lucky Pokémon for Trades | Pokemon GO Hub

A complete list of Best Pokémon for Lucky Trades is finally available on the Hub! The list covers all Gen 1 through Gen 4 Pokémon you should be spending your Lucky trade on. We will update the article with valuable Gen 5 additions when they become avail

Science & Technology | Social Media

How much YouTube pays for views: 100 thousand, 1 million, 4 million - Business Insider

YouTube creators earn money through YouTube's Partner Program, which allows them to monetize their channels with video ads placed by Google.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Facebook will shut down Group Stories on September 26th

If you didn't find yourself using Facebook's Group Stories, you're not the only one. The social network has confirmed a report from commentator Matt Navarra th...

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple iOS 13 Has 25 Great Secret Features

Apple iOS 13 has many great secret features for your iPhone hiding just beneath the surface...

Science & Technology | Tech

Thank you so much, Google, for giving us the iPhone 11’s most incredible new feature – BGR

Hardcore Android fans will deny it until they're blue in the face for some reason, but Android exists as it does today because of Apple. It's true — after acquiring Android, Google was building out the mobile operating system as a terrible copy of Black

Science & Technology | Technology

Warnings Issued For Millions Of iOS 13 iPhone Upgraders

Apple's biggest release of the year is plagued with problems and iPhone owners need to stay away...

Science & Technology | Tech

Just Upgraded to iOS 13? Start with These 8 Tips

Apple today released iOS 13, the newest version of the software that's designed to run on the iPhone. Apple's yearly software updates always...

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Mewtwo's Return As A Tier 6 Raid Boss Sparks Controversy | Pokemon GO Hub

Mewtwo has returned to Pokemon GO raids last night, but it’s return didn’t fare well with the general Pokemon GO player base. Mewtwo was expected to return as a regular Tier 5 boss, having 15000 HP and 54148 CP, and we expected that it will be slightl

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Forbes Lists 10 Israeli-Founded Firms Among 50 'Most Promising' AI Companies In US | Technology News

The Israeli companies listed span categories such as insurance, healthcare, cybersecurity, and Big Data. | NoCamels

Gaming | Gaming

Time is running out to claim your year of Switch Online for FREE

Some seven months ago, Amazon and Twitch began offering anyone with a Prime membership a year of Switch Online for free. And time is running out to get one!

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Wish You Could ‘Shazam’ a Piece of Art? With Magnus, You Can | Mental Floss

Art galleries are known for displaying little to no information with their artworks; this art app fills in the gaps.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple iPhone 11 review: the phone most people should buy - The Verge

Apple’s new iPhone 11 offers the best cameras on a phone, terrific battery life, faster processors, and a $50 cheaper starting price for only $699. What’s not to love?

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel's Trigo Vision Raises $22M For Checkout-Free Shopping Tech

Founded in 2017, Trigo Vision developed a computer vision platform that allows customers to grab items and go - and retailers to automatically charge them. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Tech News

Apple's revised policy for kids' apps allows devs to collect anonymized data and display ads

Apple has revised its App Store Review Guidelines with regards to kids apps and its upcoming single sign-on feature Sign in with Apple.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Researchers Unveil New Coding Technique To Store Data On DNA

Researchers at the Technion and the IDC Herzliya suggest DNA could be part of a viable, long-term solution to storing the incredible amounts of data we produce every day. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Tech

Google Maps just got a brand new feature that goes way beyond navigation – BGR

Google has been adding plenty of new features to Google Maps over the year, most of them meant to improve navigation and commute experiences. The latest feature, however, is a lot more helpful than just providing directions to a new destination.

Business & Finance | Business

How Uber and Lyft got lost | VentureBeat

Uber and Lyft have been so focused on short-term super-growth and long-term domination that they completely overlooked the middle-term.

Science & Technology | Tech News

Apple iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max hands-on — flagship smartphones without 5G

Apple launched its flagship smartphones today, the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. These smartphones take camera technology to a new level.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Generation V release teased with Snivy silhouette | Pokemon GO Hub

They just can't help themselves, can they? Niantic has teased next week's release of Generation…

Science & Technology | Tech News

LinkedIn CEO Says Tech Regulation Risks Stifling Innovation - Bloomberg

The combative relationship between Silicon Valley and global regulators has been at the center of attention for much of the past two years. Technology companies like Facebook Inc. and Google have drawn ire from lawmakers who say they may be abusing their

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple iPhone event 2019: the biggest announcements - The Verge

A lot happened at Apple’s fall 2019 hardware event. As expected, the iPhone 11 Pro stole the show, but Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, the new 10.2-inch iPad, the colorful iPhone 11, and the Apple Watch Series 5 also caught our attention. Let’s run through t

Science & Technology | Tech

YouTube creators are turning the site into a podcast network - The Verge

More YouTube creators are getting into the podcast game, including Ethan Klein, David Dobrik, Joe Rogan, and Marques Brownlee. That means launching new channels dedicated to podcasts is a smart way to capitalize on one content format and turn it into nume

Science & Technology | Technology

Drivetime raises $11 million for interactive audio games like Jeopardy in the car | VentureBeat

Drivetime has raised $11 million for interactive audio games that you play while driving the car. And the latest game is Jeopardy, hosted by Alex Trebek.

Music | Audio Equipment: SO Cool!

Audio-Technica's $99 true wireless earbuds sound amazing

Audio-Technica is no stranger to the true wireless game, and at IFA this week, the company debuted two new models. For me, the $99 ATH-CK3TW is the more compell...

Science & Technology | Tech

iPhone 11 Shock As 'All-New' Apple iPhone Revealed

Apple's iPhone 11 looks set to be blown away by this stunning device...

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Health Startup Taps Into Behavioral Science - And Texting - To Help Combat Tuberculosis

Founded in 2014, Keheala developed a 'low-tech' solution to help motivate treatment adherence and get patients to take their medications on time. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple Touch ID could return to iPhones in 2020 with an updated touchscreen

Apple's new series of 2019 iPhones are on their way, with an impending possible reveal for next week on September 10. Before anyone can even get properly excited about their launch, however, Bloomberg is already on the ball, spilling tea on some of…

News | News

New Yorkers Are Leaving The City In Droves: Here's Why They're Moving And Where They're Going

As more corporations move to cities that offer attractive tax incentives and a business-welcoming attitude, people will increasingly leave the New York area.

Cars & Motorcycles | Cars

Why Cars Don't Have Those Long Antennas Anymore

Have you ever wondered about the length of car antennae? Of course you have—you’re a human being (or advanced AI, or a brain-augmented dolphin) reading this, and as such you’re full of curiosity and wonder and almost crippling physical desires. As such, y

Gaming | Gaming

SNES games head to Nintendo Switch Online — at no extra cost

During its Nintendo Direct Wednesday, Nintendo revealed that Nintendo Switch Online subscribers will be getting a handful of free SNES games.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Bye Bye, Trash: Israeli Startup Pilots Breakthrough Waste Conversion Solution In US

An Israeli company is helping rid the world of its plastic problem with a solution that coverts waste into new materials. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Social Media

Pandora now lets you share music and podcasts to your Instagram Stories | TechCrunch

Pandora today announced a new integration with Instagram that will allow users to share to their Instagram Story their favorite music and podcasts. The feature comes well over a year after Spotify launched a similar integration with Instagram Stories, and

Science & Technology | Tech

Another convincing deepfake app goes viral prompting immediate privacy backlash - The Verge

Zao is a new deepfake face-swapping app that’s able to to place your likeness into famous movies and TV shows based off just a single photograph. The app went viral in China over the weekend after releasing on Friday.

Science & Technology | Tech

iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors - CNET

Your cheat sheet for Apple's September event with the latest rumors about the next iPhone and Apple Watch.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli startup uses AI to find best depression treatment - ISRAEL21c

Predictix by Taliaz aims to help psychiatrists match each patient with the most effective prescription.

Science & Technology | Technology

New iPhone Hack Shock For 1 Billion Apple Users As Attacker Is Revealed

Days from the launch of iPhone 11, news has emerged of the likely culprit​ behind the massive iPhone hack. And serious questions around iPhone security remain unanswered.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Shiny Hunting Methods In Pokemon Go - Part 1 | Pokemon GO Hub

Table of Contents A fore-word on ContentA Look at Shiny Odds as a WholeShiny Hunting ScoreMy AimTable of ContentsWild Shiny Pokémon“Typical” Boosted Event SpawnsReal-Life Event-tied SpawnsField ResearchGo FestNest HuntingSummary Of Part 1 Trainers, W

Science & Technology | Tech

Google says iPhone security flaws let websites hack away for years

Malicious sites installed a "monitoring implant" that compromised personal data on iPhones that simply visited them, according to security researchers.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

The Most Viewed YouTube Videos of All Time | Digital Trends

After more than a decade of streaming videos, YouTube has built up trillions of views across billions of videos. The streaming behemoth hosts the vast majority of the most watched content ever created. To show you just how much, here's a selection of the

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel's High-Tech Workforce Sees Promising Growth, Says New Report

Tech workers make up 8.7 percent of the national workforce, up 0.4 percent from 2017, according to a new report by the Israel Innovation Authority. | NoCamels

Food & Drink | Food

Why You Should Be Using Your Phone's Contacts to Save Recipes | Mental Floss

If you want to access a recipe hands-free, save it under a new contact and ask Siri to pull it up when you're in the middle of cooking dinner.

Science & Technology | Technology

Dark Days Are Closing In On Apple

Unless Apple can pull off another iPod/iPhone/iPad megahit, its best days are gone.

Science & Technology | Technology

The Secret Hacks & Tips to Find Whatever You Want on Netflix

Check out this article to learn how to find whatever you want on Netflix more effectively and efficiently.

Business & Finance | Business

AT&T reaches settlement with FTC over throttling- 9to5Mac

The FTC initially sued AT&T over its deceptive unlimited data claims, saying that the carrier failed to inform customers they would face throttling.

News | News

Watch - Sustainable technology in the Israeli desert

Watch – Sustainable technology in the Israeli desert Dry lands cover over 40% of the world, and are home to 2.2 billion people. Given climate change, those numbers could grow. WATCH these revolutionary solutions, developed in Israel, to some of the

Science & Technology | Tech

The Best TV Streaming Devices for Cord-Cutters

We recommend the best media streaming devices for 4K HDR or HD TVs from Roku, Google, Apple, and Amazon.

Entertainment | Netflix

Netflix tests Collections that are curated by humans instead of algorithms - The Verge

Netflix is testing a new Collections section that rounds up content into themed lists like "Watch in One Night" and "Stream & Scream." Unlike the service’s usual recommendations, these are put together by actual humans on Netflix’s creative teams.

Science & Technology | Technology

This $11 screwdriver set handles your Apple gear, Android devices, and just about everything else – BGR

The ORIA 25-in-1 Magnetic Screwdriver Set is pretty much a must-have for anyone who owns an iPhone. Or an Android phone. Or a computer. Or pretty much anything else on the planet that's held together with tiny little screws.

Science & Technology | Technology

5 iPhone settings to change now

If the last time you really messed with your settings was when iPhones still had home buttons, then you're probably missing out.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

New in v0.153.0: Gen V, VS Seeker, Route Maker, Unova Stone, Buddy V2 System, Competitive Play and more | Pokemon GO Hub

The latest Pokemon GO update is now slowly rolling out on Samsung and Android App stores, but data miners have already taken a look under the hood. I must admit, this is one of the most exciting updates in recent Pokemon GO history

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Jirachi Special Research - Leek Duck | Pokémon GO News and Resources

These are all tasks and rewards for the 'A Thousand-Year Slumber' Special Research. Completing this quest will allow you to encounter and catch Jirachi

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Startup's 10-minute blood test device shifts focus from lab to doctor's clinic

Sight Diagnostics' new device gives results of a standard blood count test in just 10 minutes, without lab processing

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple reportedly launching new iPhone Pro and iPads with better cameras, 16-inch MacBook Pro and new AirPods | TechCrunc

Apple is getting ready for its usual fall iPhone launch event, which is rumored to be happening September 10, though the event hasn’t been officially confirmed this year. A new report from Bloomberg offers a preview of the lineup of hardware products Ap

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel's 10 'Hottest' Startups In 2019, According to WIRED Magazine

Zebra Medical, AppsFlyer, Deep Instinct were among the Israeli startups selected by the renowned American tech magazine for its Europe's 100 startups annual round-up. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Science

NASA confirms mission to Jupiter’s moon Europa to explore its icy oceans | TechCrunch

NASA has confirmed a mission to Europa, one of the moons of Jupiter, will indeed happen. The mission was initially explored starting in 2017, with the space agency looking for reports on how it might proceed, and now NASA has said it will go ahead and mov

Science & Technology | Technology

Facebook will use journalists to curate news, opening itself to more bias allegations - Los Angeles Times

Facebook's news curation move will fire up critics who believe it suppresses conservative viewpoints. But it may reduce complaints of viral garbage.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Disney+ will stream on these devices at launch - The Verge

Disney has confirmed its first global launches for the company’s upcoming Disney+ subscription service, and it outlined which devices will be able to access it on day one.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokemon GO Gen 5 Meta (Early Look, Part 1): Non-Legendary Pokemon With Meta Potential | Pokemon GO Hub

Pokemon GO’s Generation V could be right around the corner, depending on which rumor mill you subscribe to. We’re careful not to start the hype train, but with the latest leaks and rumors hinting that Generation 5 could be a mere month away, we were excited to take an early look at Unova region’s Pokemon line up. Which Gen 5 Pokemon will be worth the dust, candies and grinding? Which will be viable and which are Rattata equivalents? So many questions!

Science & Technology | Tech News

More Bad News For Apple As New iPhone Upgrades Exposed

Thought you knew everything about Apple's new iPhones? You're wrong...

Gaming | Gaming

Nintendo denies reports of trade-in program for new, upgraded Switch models - The Verge

Nintendo has denied reports that it is offering an exchange program for those looking to upgrade to the newer Nintendo Switch model with improved battery life.

Science & Technology | Tech

Making calls with Siri or Google could lead to you getting scammed

If you've ever used Siri or Google to call a business, you could be in danger of falling victim to a new scam the Better Business Bureau is warning.

News | News

This Week's Sanity Report from Israel Auguat 18 2019

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Auguat 18 2019 The highlights include: Israeli scientists have developed a new treatment for melanoma. Israel gave free sports footware to Kenyan lacrosse players. Israeli space technology is out of this world.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Introduction to Quantum Programming - Towards Data Science

In depth walkthrough of quantum programming for beginners, building up from the mathematical foundations of qubits to how to run on a real quantum computer.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Cybersecurity Firm Aims For More Secure Future By Eliminating Passwords

From hardware tokens to biometric methods, Israel's alternative authentication solutions are pushing weak passwords out of style. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Technology

Google Assistant will let you send reminders to friends and family - The Verge

Google is adding a new feature to its Assistant that will let you assign reminders to other people, so long as that person is part of an opt-in group of trusted fellow Assistant users. The feature is designed mostly for families — it will function via the

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

A Medical 1st In Israel: 3D-Printed Ankle-Bone Implants Allow 2 Women To Walk Freely Again | Health News

Two women, one of them a teen, underwent the country's first (and second) talus replacement through 3D printing surgeries at Beilinson Hospital this month. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Technology

Facebook has been collecting, listening, transcribing Messenger chats - Business Insider

The company reportedly didn't disclose to users that it was sharing any collected audio from Messenger voice chats with third parties.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

PkmnMasterHolly - YouTube

Hi I'm Holly! Join me on my quest to unite the Pokemon Go Community! Let's go on a Pokemon hunting & raiding adventure! Be sure to check out my Instagram pag...

Science & Technology | Social Media

Make Facebook useful by turning off all its annoying features | Popular Science

Between data privacy scandals and the psychological toll social media can take on your brain, quitting Facebook can be an alluring prospect. But it’s not always practical to delete your account.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel's Amos-17 Satellite Successfully Launched Into Space, Will Provide Fast Internet Service To Africa, Mideast

The launch comes almost three years after a spectacular launchpad explosion destroyed Spacecom's Amos-6 satellite and the SpaceX rocket it was on in September 2016. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Tech

Amazon scientists improve Alexa’s ability to understand context

In a new research paper, Amazon scientists detailed two methods they say improve Alexa's ability to account for command context.

Science & Technology | Technology

7 paid iPhone apps on sale for free on August 7th – BGR

Samsung might have the floor today since it's announcing its new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 flagship smartphones, but we still have a little something in store for all the Apple fans out there: paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free! You'll fi

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Too Noisy? An Israeli Company Developed Personal Sound Bubbles For Some Quiet Time | Technology News

Silentium developed Active Noise Cancelation (ANC) technology that seeks out unwanted noise and counters it with proprietary algorithms. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple's Shock iPhone Redesign Suddenly Makes Sense

Apple's most exciting iPhone redesign is happening a year earlier than expected...

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Check Out These Cool Alternatives to Your iPhone's Default Apps | Digital Trends

If you feel like a change, then you can always switch some of your iPhone's default apps for interesting alternatives -- there are many options. We take a look at what happens when you remove a native app and suggest a few cool alternatives to your iPhone

News | News

This Week's Sanity Report from Israel Aug. 8 2019

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Aug. 8 2019 The highlights include: Israeli scientists have transformed MRI scans to detect brain diseases. Israel’s upgrade of neonatal units in Ghana has saved hundreds of babies. Israelis take hundreds of s

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

NASA Solar Probe Spacecraft Fitted With Israeli Tech Reveals Extraordinary Amount Of Data

The probe is fitted with an Israeli-engineered sensor capturing high-res images of the sun's atmosphere; scientists say the data downlinked to Earth is much more than they expected by this point | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Technology

Despite scandals, advertisers say YouTube Kids is effective - Digiday

YouTube Kids allows kid-focused clients to reach the right audience safely online since children can’t be on social networks.

Science & Technology | Tech News

New Service Lets You Rent a Stranger’s Swimming Pool for an Afternoon | Mental Floss

Desperate to take a dip but want to avoid the chaos of the public pool? With Swimply, you can rent an entire backyard swimming pool for $25 to $150 an hour.

Science & Technology | Tech

Electric scooters aren’t quite as climate-friendly as we thought - The Verge

Electric scooter companies like to tout their green credentials, frequently reminding riders that every two-wheeled trip they take can help reduce carbon emissions and fight climate change — but the truth is much more complicated.

Science & Technology | Tech News

AI may turn touchscreen keyboards invisible | VentureBeat

In a new paper, researchers propose an "invisible" keyboard -- the I-Keyboard -- that taps AI to adapt to any position and angle.

Science & Technology | Social Media

You Mean You're Still on Facebook? | Inc.

Zombies are populating my FB account. This can't be good for Zuckerberg and Co.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel researchers develop MRI technique to detect molecular changes in brain | The Times of Israel

Math model developed by Hebrew University team could pave the way for physicians to see beginnings of Alzheimer's or Parkinson's

Science & Technology | Technology

THE ALLEGED CAPITAL ONE HACKER DIDN'T COVER HER TRACKS | WIRED

In a criminal complaint, the FBI detailed how a hacker allegedly stole data from 100 million people—and how she got caught.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple’s future iPhone might add a time-of-flight camera — here’s what it could do - The Verge

We’re still a few months away from Apple’s 2019 iPhones, but rumors have already started for next year’s models, with the ever-reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claiming in his latest report that two of the 2020 iPhones will feature a rear time-of

Science & Technology | Technology

Scientists create contact lenses that zoom on command

Nosebleed seats may soon be a thing of the past. Scientists at the University of California San Diego have created a prototype contact lens that is controlled b...

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple Siri Eavesdropping Puts Millions Of Users At Risk

Apple is employing contractors to listen to Siri conversations, it has been confirmed. However, the voice assistant is picking up private conversations including people talking to their doctor, drug deals and sexual encounters. Here’s what to do.

Politics | From CNN

Trump says he won't exempt Apple's Mac Pro parts from China tariffs - CNN

Apple would like to avoid paying additional tariffs if the Trump administration escalates its trade war with China. President Donald Trump has thrown cold water on Apple's hopes.

Science & Technology | Tech

Video shows why Apple doesn’t allow in-store replacement of swollen batteries - 9to5Mac

Apple carries out a number of iPhone repairs in-store these days, but there is one fault that stores are forbidden from touching, and that’s swollen batteries. There’s just too high a risk that these will be accidentally punctured during disassembly or re

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Mathematician Solves Computer Science Conjecture in Two Pages | Quanta Magazine

The “sensitivity” conjecture stumped many top computer scientists, yet the new proof is so simple that one researcher summed it up in a single tweet.

Science & Technology | Technology

The video game industry is a black hole for cybersecurity

Without a fundamental change in approach from both gamers and the industry overall, the magnitude of the security problem shows no signs of slowing down

Science & Technology | TECH

Facebook Knows More About You Than the CIA

Facebook hired Yael Eisenstat, a CIA veteran, to help it address election meddling. Now she's deeply worried about the company's sway over our lives.

Science & Technology | Tech News

Apple denies favoring its own apps in App Store search results

A new investigation by The Wall Street Journal has revealed that the company's own mobile apps are often first in App Store search results ahead of competitors.

Science & Technology | Technology

U.S. Justice Department opens antitrust review of tech companies - Reuters

The U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday it was opening an antitrust investigation of major digital tech firms and whether they engage in anticompetitive practices.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Team Rocket Invasions: Everything You Need to Know | Pokemon GO Hub

Team Rocket Invasions are upon us and in order to help fellow trainers, we collated all of the information report by our Discord members into one massive guide. Here’s everything you need to know about Pokemon GO’s new Team Rocket Invasion system. You

Science & Technology | Technology

7 paid iPhone apps you can download for free on July 23rd – BGR

Did you miss our roundup on Monday of the best paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free? Well, there are actually still a few freebies left in there so definitely go back and have a look if you missed it.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Pinterest wants you to take a deep breath, literally - The Verge

When Pinterest users search the platform for something dreary, the company doesn’t have qualms about stepping in. Today, Pinterest has revealed a new set of "emotional well-being activities" that it will automatically suggest to user who search for phrase

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple just released iOS 12.4 for the iPhone and iPad – BGR

It might not be quite as exciting as Apple's iOS 13 beta, but the company just pushed out a new software update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. iOS 12.4 comes about two months after the initial release of iOS 12.3, and it mainly focuses on bug f

Science & Technology | Tech

DoorDash uses a shady tactic that stiffs workers out of some tips and customers are furious

Angry customers urged fellow diners to tip with cash to ensure it gets to the courier, while politicians draft laws meant to enforce transparency.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli companies chosen for MedTech Innovator Showcase | ISRAEL21c

Medasense for pain management and Vectorious for heart-failure monitoring were among 50 companies selected from a field of 800 applicants.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli company Watergen generates water from air providing clean drinking water to the residents of Flint, Michigan

"For the past five years, there have been solutions promised to the community by many, yet no one has delivered," said Armstrong Williams.