An Israeli software technologist introduces an independent learning and computer literacy tool she’s been developing since her teen was a tot.
In their usual fashion, Israelis are quickly getting to the task of repairing eight days’ worth of economic, physical and psychological damage.
People are opening homes and hearts to residents of Israeli communities seeking respite from the constant missile attacks.
An Israeli researcher has discovered that children’s brains undergo sometimes surprising changes as they learn to read.
Israeli psychologist invents a device to prove how little time drivers actually save by hitting the pedal to the metal.
Tamar Yaniv’s Preen.Me just raised $800,000 to make her site the go-to peer authority in the $60 billion cosmetics market.
sCoolWork is an application that helps kids do homework more effectively. But it won’t cheat for you.
Forget window boxes. These colorful space-saving garden pots just won a Red Dot Award for their simple ingenuity.
It’s one of the world’s hottest hair products – and it’s made in Israel.
Readers of online travel mag, Travelers Digest, think the men and women of Tel Aviv are among the best looking in the world. Of course we agree.