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Microsoft says Israeli group sold tools to hack Windows

An Israeli group sold a tool to hack into Microsoft Windows, Microsoft and technology human rights group Citizen Lab has said, shedding light on the growing business of finding and selling tools to hack...

Israel signs cloud services deal with Amazon and Google

Israel's government has said it had signed a deal with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google for a more than $1 billion project to provide cloud services for the country's public sector and military. A...

Israel’s Global-e valued at nearly $3.6 billion in Nasdaq debut

Shares of Global-e Online Ltd rose as much as 1% in their Nasdaq debut yesterday, giving the cross-border e-commerce platform a market capitalization of nearly $3.6 billion. The Israel-based company's stock opened at $24.25, down...

Wix.com hits 200 million user milestone, says will continue to invest

Wix.com, which helps small businesses build and operate websites, has said it had reached 200 million users globally after adding by more than 31 million users in 2020. The increase comes amid a surge in...

Facebook removes anti-vaccine ‘fake news’ in Israel, government says

Facebook has taken down content which distribute lies in Israel from coronavirus vaccinations since the government attempts to drum up support to the programme, the Justice Ministry said on Sunday. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on...

Facebook says it dismantles disinformation network tied to Iran

Iran's state broadcaster has used hundreds of fake social media accounts to covertly spread pro-Iranian messaging online since at least 2011, targeting voters in countries including the UK and US, Facebook has said. In a...

Intel said to be in talks to buy Israel’s Moovit public transit app for $1 billion

Intel Corp is in advanced talks to acquire Israeli public transit app developer Moovit for $1 billion, financial news website Calcalist has reported.Moovit has raised $133 million from investors including Intel, BMW iVentures and...

Israeli high-tech firms raised record first quarter funds before hit from coronavirus

Private high-tech companies in Israel raised a record $2.74 billion in the first quarter of 2020.  However, the deals began falling apart in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Israel Venture Capital Research...

1.5 million Israeli citizens are now using voluntary coronavirus monitoring app

Around one and a half million Israelis have downloaded a smartphone app in the past week that alerts users who have crossed paths with a coronavirus patient, according to the Health Ministry, helping to...

Israel to use computer analysis to find likely coronavirus carriers

Israel's defence ministry plans to use software that analyses data gathered from mobile phones - produced, according to Israeli media, by the spyware firm NSO - to help locate likely carriers of the coronavirus...

Israel deploys cyber-monitoring against coronavirus

The Israeli government began deploying cellphone-monitoring technology against the coronavirus on Tuesday and urged people not to leave home unless necessary. PM Benjamin Netanyahu's cabinet approved emergency regulations enabling the Shin Bet security service to...

Spyware firm NSO seeks court sanctions against Facebook

Israel's NSO Group is asking a California judge to sanction Facebook Inc for allegedly failing to abide by international law with regards to its lawsuit against the spyware maker. Facebook's WhatsApp sued NSO in October...