Technology

Swastika thong: yours to buy online

By Robyn Rosen, April 8, 2011

An online retailer has removed a range of products, including underwear and baby clothes emblazoned with an image of a swastika superimposed on a star of David, after a complaint from the JC.

CafePress, has removed the products, which had been sold since 2009 as part of the True Nazis range and carry the slogan, 'What Is The Different?' (sic).

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Steve Jobs wants your chametz gone

By Jennifer Lipman, April 8, 2011

Pesach preparations would be far easier if we could clean the house at the touch of a button.

An American company has not quite managed this feat, but it has developed an iPhone application to help search for those last scraps of bread.

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What if Moses had an iPad?

By Jennifer Lipman, April 6, 2011
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An imaginative retelling of the Exodus story, using modern technology, produced by Aish.com

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Tel Aviv planning to go wireless

By Nathan Jeffay, March 24, 2011

London Mayor Boris Johnson has promised to provide wireless access citywide, but Tel Aviv may be about to outdo him.

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Netanyahu to answer your questions live on YouTube

By Jennifer Lipman, March 15, 2011

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be grilled by a global interview panel when he appears on the virtual series YouTube World View next week.

Mr Netanyahu will be only the third world leader after Barack Obama and David Cameron to answer questions put to him on the YouTube programme.

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How Israeli hi-tech works in the UK

By Jessica Elgot, March 10, 2011

If you watch Sky TV, own a mobile phone, go to a hospital, play video games or use internet banking, you are probably using Israeli technology, research or products.

The country is currently rated the third most productive hi-tech and innovation region in the world, second only to California and Massachusetts.

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IPhone becomes traffic spy camera

By Nathan Jeffay, March 10, 2011

Israel is notorious for bad driving. But transgressors should beware - big brother is watching.

New software transforms normal citizens' iPhones into monitoring and reporting devices for dangerous driving.

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Hollywood deal for Israeli film clip search start-up

By Jennifer Lipman, March 8, 2011

Film studio Universal has teamed up with an Israeli internet company to create the most comprehensive digital film archive yet.

AnyClip, founded in 2009 in Jerusalem, enables viewers to search for memorable scenes or key moments by entering keywords into a search engine.

Once a clip has been found, the scene can be watched online and posted on Facebook.

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Lord Sugar chosen as new YouView chairman

By Jennifer Lipman, March 7, 2011

Lord Sugar has been named as the new non-executive chairman of the catch up television service YouView.

YouView is a collaborative venture involving the BBC, Channel 4, TalkTalk and BT. Plans for the video on demand service were announced in December 2008. YouView is set to launch for customers next year.

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No toast in the JC this week

By Simon Round, March 4, 2011

Recently I acquired a smartphone. It was a confusing purchase because there were so many on offer. There was the iPhone 4, the Blackberry Torch, the HTC Desire and probably the LG Orgasm. In the end I went for the Samsung Galaxy S on the basis that Samsung are Chelsea's shirt sponsors.

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