A Rosh Hashanah Robot New Year

By Jennifer Lipman, September 12, 2012

A "Hip Hop Dance Party" Shana Tova from those clever folk at Technion Israel.


The cupid phone app ticking all the boxes

By Candice Krieger, September 6, 2012

Wouldn't it be great if you could anonymously tell someone that you were attracted to them without the risk of being rejected? Now you can thanks a unique new dating app. Tick & Snap allows you to browse your mobile phone and Facebook contacts, ticking those you fancy.


A life-changing app experience

By Anna Sheinman, August 30, 2012

Joan Rose of Bushey Heath, Hertfordshire, may be 92 but she knows what she likes.

And what she likes is the newly-launched JC app.

Mrs Rose and her husband Philip, 89, married 64 years ago, are avid readers of the JC, and now make full use of the new app on their iPads.


It's about time social media did right thing

By Robin Shepherd, August 16, 2012

There may still be some out there who think this is all a figment of Benjamin Netanyahu's imagination. But, back on planet Earth, the global delegitimisation of Israel is very frightening, very widespread and very real.


Geeks meet geeks for UK/Israel technology parley

By Zoe Winograd, August 16, 2012

It was a unique moment when our geeks met their geeks to discuss what the UK can learn from Israel’s work in successful innovation.


Rabbis urge Apple to ban antisemitic app

By Marcus Dysch, August 15, 2012

An app which allows a notorious antisemitic book to be downloaded to mobile devices has been condemned by the Conference of European Rabbis.

The Protocols of the Elders of Zion is available to buy for 69p on Apple’s iTunes store.

Its description on the store acknowledges that the Protocols is a forgery and part of antisemitic, anti-Zionist conspiracy theory.


Thousands join debate on dangers of internet

By Marcus Dysch, August 2, 2012

A conference to discuss steering young strictly Orthodox Jews away from online dangers is expected to attract up to 6,000 people.


Israel brainwave gets French robot to walk

By Nathan Jeffay, July 19, 2012

A man in Israel has controlled a robot in France using just his brainwaves, in what is being heralded as a major scientific breakthrough.


The JC app: On iPad, iPhone and Android

July 12, 2012

It has never been easier to stay in touch with the Jewish Chronicle, now on iPad,


Scientist says Higgs boson discovery 'just the beginning'

By Jennifer Lipman, July 12, 2012

An Israeli scientist whose efforts led to the discovery of the “God particle” has stressed that the project is far from over.

Technion professor Shlomit Tarem is one of 2,500 physicists from 37 countries who helped build Atlas, the largest of the six particle detector experiments constructed at the Large Hadron Collider at the Cern facility.