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Israel: World's 1st Patient With Lab-Grown Bone Implant Competes In Israman Triathlon | Health News

Danny Yaakobson was the first patient to benefit from breakthrough technology developed by Bonus BioGroup to grow bones in a lab from an individual's own fat cells.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Chutzpah, Dreams And Ingenuity Behind Israel's First Moonshot | Technology News

The global space community sees Israel's first moonshot as a window to future commercial spacecraft ventures.

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A City-Size Moon Was Hiding Around Neptune

Even to the most powerful telescopes, little Hippocamp appears only as a fuzzy dot in photos.

    Science & Technology | Wordpress Web Development

    Compelling ways to Speed up your WordPress Website in 2019

    Science & Technology | Science & Space

    Earth's Atmosphere Is Bigger Than We Thought - It Actually Goes Past The Moon

    We humans like to put labels and boundaries on things. For example, the boundary between Earth's atmosphere and space is the Kármán line, the point at 100 kilometres (62 miles) altitude where aeronautics end, and astronautics take over.

    Science & Technology | Tech

    Where Movies Get Their Vintage Electronics

    Have you ever watched a show like Mad Men and wondered where they found those early Xerox machines? Or where The Americans got their hands on all the Reagan-era IBMs that you thought would be piled in a landfill? Well, there’s a good chance these histor

    Science & Technology | Tech

    Israeli Moon probe could bring new era of space exploration

    The Israeli startup SpaceIL is launching a lander named Beresheet to the moon in what could be the beginning of a new era of private spaceflight.

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    Cybersecurity 101: Five settings to secure your iPhone or iPad | TechCrunch

    TechCrunch - Reporting on the business of technology, startups, venture capital funding, and Silicon Valley

    Science & Technology | Social Media

    How to Use Visuals Effectively for Social Media Marketing

    If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a meme or infographic must be worth a thousand likes, right?……

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    Automated Trading Systems Software & Strategies - Build Alpha

    If you are new to the world of trading, you might not know what the best trading systems software is. However, this is something you're going to want to know if you want to be successful in trading. Good coding software can make the difference between being an adequate trader and a great and very successful trader.

    Science & Technology | Technology

    New Apple rumor is every fan's dream come true

    Apple will launch a ton of new gear this year, a new report claims. And some of it has been on our wish list for a long, long time.

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    Consumer Reports Finds Cold Weather Cuts Tesla Battery Life Almost in Half | Breitbart

    A new study by Consumer Reports reveals that the driving range of electric vehicles including Teslas can be cut in half during winter months in cold climates.

    Science & Technology | Tech News

    Windows 10 2020 Update Is Available For Insiders Who Skip Ahead | Digital Trends

    An update to Windows 10 that won't be released to the wider user base until 2020 is now available for testing even though the late-2019 update hasn't been released to Windows Insiders yet. It reportedly requires a longer lead time for testing, which may h

    Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

    The World’s Fastest Supercomputer Breaks an AI Record

    Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory are training Summit, the world's fastest supercomputer, to model climate change using machine learning techniques.

    Science & Technology | Tech

    What Amazon got wrong about New York City

    A promise of 25,000 jobs isn’t exciting anymore — it’s ominous

    Science & Technology | Tech

    Facebook reportedly negotiating multibillion dollar fine with FTC

    Facebook could face a multibillion-dollar fine from the Federal Trade Commission.

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    NASA Mars rover Opportunity, resilient Red Planet explorer, officially dead

    The robotic trailblazer's mission comes to an end after more than 14 years on Mars. Goodnight, Oppy.

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    Build Alpha

    BuildAlpha offers plans for automating your trading strategy. With automated trading systems from BuildAlpha, you express your buy signals, your stop losses, and your profit targets all in advance.

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    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey gives himself a 'C' in 'tech responsibility'

    In a live interview conducted on Twitter, ReCode's Kara Swisher pressed Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey about what grade Dorsey would give his company and himself at fulfilling "tech responsibility."

    Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

    Russian Satellite Registers Unknown Physical Phenomena in Earth's Atmosphere - Sputnik International

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) - An ultraviolet telescope installed on the Russian satellite Lomonosov has registered light "explosions" in the planet's atmosphere, whose physical nature has not been explained so far, the director of the Research Institute of

    Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

    WATCH: Trek's Replicator Nearing Reality

    Star Trek’s replicator is this-close to becoming a reality. Right now, 3-D printers print objects layer by layer, a time-consuming process, particularly when larger objects are involved. Enter the scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, wh

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    Ancient mucus trail led to oldest evidence of mobility on Earth - CNN

    A fossilized mucus trail led to the discovery of the oldest evidence for mobility on Earth, dating to 2.1 billion years ago, according to a study published Monday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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    IOS App Development: Notable Features Of VHS Camcorder Mobile App

    Learn how our iOS App Development team created a vintage VHS Camcorder Mobile App. Here are some noteworthy features of our filter app.

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    Are you being served? Israeli-founded startup creates robot butler on wheels

    Temi says it will integrate Amazon's Alexa personal assistant to further expand its droid's capabilities

    Science & Technology | Tech

    The Trump administration is trying to give AI a boost in the US

    The order is designed to protect American technology, national security, privacy and values when it comes to artificial intelligence.

    Science & Technology | TECH

    LinkedIn debuts LinkedIn Live, a new live video broadcast service

    LinkedIn — the social network for the working world with close to 600 million users globally — says that video is the fastest-growing format on its platform alongside original written work, shared news and other content. Now it’s taking

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    Israel Launches $4M Environmental Tech Innovation Lab | News Brief

    The new project is aimed at supporting environmental protection and sustainability initiatives.

    Science & Technology | Social Media

    Is Facebook About To 'Break' Instagram, And What Does That Mean For Influencers?

    Until now, Instagram has kept its distance from Facebook and the brands have been kept separate. But that could all be about to change, driven by influencer marketing, and the challenge for Facebook is to make that work without breaking the Instagram infl

    Science & Technology | Tech News

    How did Apple’s AirPods go from mockery to millennial status symbol?

    Back in 2016, Apple’s wireless earbuds were ridiculed by the tech industry. Now, thousands of memes later, the tables have turned

    Science & Technology | Tech

    5G vs. LTE: What’s the difference, and does it matter?

    If you're uncertain what the difference between 5G, LTE, and 4G is, then you're not alone. As 5G networks begin to roll out there's a lot of confusion about what the different terms and technologies mean. We explain the differences between

    Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

    The north magnetic pole just changed. Here's what that means.

    The foundation of many navigation systems, the World Magnetic Model finally got a much-needed update with the end of the U.S. government shutdown.

    Science & Technology | Social Media

    5 new features Twitter is testing in its iOS app

    Twitter has been quietly testing improvements to night mode, encrypted direct messages, and new ways to use GIFs, according to new screenshots.

    Science & Technology | Tech News

    Skype can now blur the background during video calls

    Thanks to the rise of WhatsApp and other free calling and messaging apps, Skype is no longer the go-to service it once was for many people. But the company just added a new feature which might raise its appeal among users. The Microsoft-owned serviceR

    Science & Technology | Tech News

    Flickr will hold off on deleting photos until March 12th

    If you’ve got a Flickr account, hopefully you’re already aware: the free 1 terabyte plan is going away. If you’re on a free Flickr account, the company is only going to let you keep 1,000 photos at a time. Anything past that will be auto

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    How to Fix iMessage “Waiting for activation” Error -

    This article will provide a solution to Fix "An error occurred during activation" Waiting for activation In iMessage and FaceTime app quickly

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      Many popular iPhone apps secretly record your screen without asking

      Many major companies, like Air Canada, Hollister and Expedia, are recording every tap and swipe you make on their iPhone apps. In most cases you won’t even realize it. And they don’t need to ask for permission. You can assume that most apps a

      Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

      Israeli Company Develops Goggles Allowing Surgeons to See Right Through You

      Surgeons performing an organ transplant. Photo: Wikipedia. CTech – Ever chose “X-ray vision” as your choice of a hypothetical superpower? …

      Science & Technology | Science

      What Really Happens When Earth’s Magnetic Field Flips?

      A geomagnetic apocalypse may not be on the horizon, but there is some fascinating science behind the doomsday hype.

      Science & Technology | Tech

      Which voice assistant speaks the most languages, and why?

      It's tough to add support for a new language to a voice assistant like Google Assistant, Siri, Alexa, and Cortana. Here's why.

      Science & Technology | Social Media

      Account linking could make Instagram the heir to Facebook Login

      Teens’ aversion to Facebook jeopardizes not only the company’s feed ad revenue, but its dominance as an identity provider. The Facebook Login platform keeps people tied to the social network in order to easily access other apps without a separ

      Science & Technology | Social Media

      Twitter bug makes it look like random retweets are appearing in your timeline | TechCrunch

      A number of Twitter users have been complaining that tweets that were retweeted by people they don’t follow are now showing in their timeline. The issue, thankfully, is not related to a new Twitter algorithm or recommendation system, as some had feared.

      Science & Technology | Technology

      Snopes quits fact-checking partnership with Facebook

      Snopes, a fact-checking organization, announced on Friday its decision to end its partnership with Facebook.

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      Deep freeze thaws out as weekend warmth settles in: The latest forecast - ABC News

      Temperatures will feel 50 to 100 degrees warmer this weekend.

      Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

      Is it aliens? Scientists detect more mysterious radio signals from distant galaxy

      Scientists are puzzling over powerful, millisecond-long flashes of energy from deep space, known as “fast radio bursts,” that some think are alien signals.

      Science & Technology | Tech

      Apple iOS 12.1.4 Release: It's A Big One

      Apple iOS 12.1.4 has appeared and iPhone owners must install this essential upgrade...

      Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

      Record Cold Forces Rethink on Global Warming | Trending

      Headlines around the world are reporting exceptionally frigid conditions and unusually high levels of snowfall in recent weeks. They tout these events as records, but few people understand how short the record actually is -- usually less than 50 years, a

      Science & Technology | Technology

      Anyone Can Spy on You With FaceTime. Here's How to Turn It Off

      A new bug allows anyone to listen in on your iPhone and, for now, there's no fix.

      Science & Technology | Tech

      Robots are coming to automate the American workplace. Men will suffer more changes to their work than women

      Automation may create as many jobs as it destroys, a new study finds, but men, younger folks, and minorities hold positions that are particularly vulnerable.

      Science & Technology | The Environment

      Polar Vortex Triggering Coldest Arctic Outbreak in at Least Two Decades This Week in Parts of the Midwest | The Weather Channel

      Another round of arctic air is spreading into the Midwest, bringing the coldest temperatures in two decades.

        Science & Technology | Social Media

        Instagram outage forces millions to look directly at the world for nearly half an hour

        Photo-sharing app and social network Instagram was briefly taken offline on Monday afternoon, causing nothing of consequence to occur other than a brief respite from one source of the constant deluge of inconsequential information to which we all voluntar

        Science & Technology | Social Media

        Exclusive: Snapchat weighs what was once unthinkable

        Snap Inc is considering changes to its Snapchat app, known for disappearing phot...

        Science & Technology | Social Media

        Facebook Turned A Blind Eye To 'Friendly Fraud' As Kids Racked Up Thousands On Games

        Newly unsealed court documents and an investigative report reveal that Facebook purposefully turned a blind eye to kids unwittingly spending their parents money on Facebook games, worried that a solution would hurt revenue.

          Science & Technology | Tech News

          In 2019, Best Single Way To Block, Stop Robocalls, Spam On The iPhone, Android

          While apps provide some level of protection against robocalls, spam, and scams, they're not bulletproof. When all else fails, try this nuclear option.

          Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

          Israeli Startup Wants to Lower Motorcyclist Fatalities by Providing an Extra Set of Eyes

          Ride Vision’s co-founders Lior Cohen (left) and Uri Lavi. Photo: Ride Vision. CTech — As city roads become more congested, …

          Science & Technology | Tech News

          This Chrome extension blocks distracting sites like Facebook and YouTube

          How much extra work could you get done over the course of a day if you had an assistant looking over your shoulder, shooing you away from the biggest time-sucks of the Internet like Facebook and Yo…

          Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

          Intel showcases new 3D camera for robot, drone navigation sired by Haifa team

          Camera uses an inside-out tracking system that frees it from reliance on external sensors or GPS to navigate obstacles, US tech giant says

          Science & Technology | Technology

          Advocacy groups are pushing the FTC to break up Facebook - The Verge

          Today, advocacy groups are calling for Facebook to be broken up as a result of its Cambridge Analytica scandal, subsequent privacy violations, and repeated consumer data breaches.

          Science & Technology | Wordpress Web Development

          WordPress Migration: Pre-launch Testing to Ensure a Sustained SEO Ranking

          WordPress migration is a perfect choice to make while looking for exceptional web experience in the competitive digital industry. However, it may…

          Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

          How Tel Aviv Became an Unlikely Sandbox for Foreign Tech Companies

          The Tel Aviv shoreline. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. CTech – When e-scooter company Bird decided to expand outside of the US in …

          Science & Technology | Biology & Medicine

          We may finally know what causes Alzheimer’s – and how to stop it

          Evidence is growing that a bacterium involved in gum disease causes Alzheimer's, raising hopes that a vaccine could one day prevent the disease

          Science & Technology | Technology

          Amazon is testing Scout, a delivery robot, near Seattle | VentureBeat

          Amazon today unveilved the Scout delivery robot, which will make delivery to Prime customers in testing north of Seattle.

          Science & Technology | Apps I Like

          HQ Trivia will run some games without cash prizes - The Verge

          HQ held a game in which players were only awarded points when they won, instead of cash. The company says it’s experimenting with different prizes and will give out more cash than it ever has before.

          Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

          Israel surges to take fifth place in new Bloomberg Innovation Index | The Times of Israel

          Startup Nation leaps up five places in 2019 ranking of most innovative countries, coming in above Singapore, Sweden, the US and Japan, but trailing top 2 South Korea and Germany

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          The Ocean Cleanup Project Could Destroy the Neuston - The Atlantic

          Home to vibrantly colored, tiny creatures, the ecosystems floating on the ocean’s surface remain all but unknown.

          Science & Technology | Paleontology

          Meet Galagadon, an ancient shark with funny teeth | Cosmos

          Researchers report another important addition to the fossil record. Nick Carne reports.

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          Google Maps wants to help you avoid that speeding ticket

          Google Maps users report seeing speed limit and speed trap warnings pop up in the navigation app.

          Science & Technology | Science & Space

          Curious 23andMe twin results show why you should take DNA testing with a grain of salt | TechCrunch

          If you’ve ever enthusiastically sent your spit off in the mail, you were probably anxious for whatever unexpected insights the current crop of DNA testing companies would send back. Did your ancestors hang out on the Iberian peninsula? What version of y

          Science & Technology | Technology

          19 Insanely Cool Products

          With new products and gadgets coming out every day, it’s no wonder you probably haven’t heard about some of these. We decided to put together an updated list of 19 different products.

          Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

          Total Lunar Eclipse Meets Supermoon Sunday Night

          Here comes a total lunar eclipse and supermoon, all wrapped into one. The moon, Earth and sun will ...

          Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

          To measure and track pain, Israeli duo develops ‘objective’ monitor

          Yariv Adan, lead user-tester of wristband sensor and app he created with Assaf Ariel, hopes their product will help improve treatment for millions by quantifying the unquantifiable

          Science & Technology | Science

          Rain spotted on Saturn's moon Titan, which may be home to alien life | Fox News

          Saturn's moon Titan, which some scientists have theorized could be the home to extraterrestrial life due to the presence of surface liquid, is providing another surprise to researchers — the sight of fresh rainfall.

          Science & Technology | Tech

          Can you live without a smartphone? This flip phone fan has done it for 13 years and will teach you how – GeekWire

          Michael Valeri is a 28-year-old Seattle techie who is decidedly low tech when it comes to our most high-tech personal item. Michael has made a conscious decision to use a flip phone instead of a smartphone for the past 13 years.

          Science & Technology | Tech News

          Getting Windows 10 updated doesn't have to be so painful

          If you're trying to get your system patched up to the latest version but find your Windows 10 update isn't working, don't despair. While you do need to do a little troubleshooting, it's not as complicated as you might think. Here, we&#

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          Startup GBatteries claims it can charge an EV as fast as it takes to pump gas

          A Y Combinator startup called GBatteries has come out of stealth with a bold claim: They can recharge an electric car as quickly as it takes to full up a tank of gas.

          Science & Technology | Wordpress Web Development

          Developing eLearning Portal: Using WordPress LMS Integration

          WordPress LMS integration is an effective approach to building an eLearning portal. Read how our expert WordPress developers set up education ePortal.

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          Goodbye old friend: Microsoft to end support for Windows 7 in one year

          It’s not surprising to see PC users running an old version of Windows. Whether they refuse to switch to Windows 10’s service model or their IT department is lazy, it’s still pretty common to see PC’s running Windows 7. It might be a good time to m

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          Change your phone settings so Apple, Google can't track your movements

          Most tech companies make it difficult for users to say no to aggressive surveillance practices. But it is helpful to know about the default settings on your smartphone and how to change them.

          Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

          Fast north magnetic pole shift prompts navigation update

          Planet Earth is alive. Deep beneath its skin, its life blood — rivers of molten iron — pulse around its core. And this mobile iron is what generates the magnetic field that causes auroras — and keeps us alive.

          Science & Technology | Science & Space

          Astronomers spot black hole spinning unbelievably fast as it swallows up a star – BGR

          Black holes are some of the most interesting features of our universe, but they're also not very well understood. Studying distant black holes in any great detail is very difficult due to the fact that nothing, including light, can escape their grasp once

          Science & Technology | Tech

          Photos unlock 40% of Android phones with face recognition

          Dutch non-profit Consumentenbond has worked with international partners to conduct an audit of 110 smartphones with facial recognition. Spoiler alert: 42 of them were unlocked with the kind of photo you’d find on social media or capture on security cams