Israel’s iPad injunction over Wi-Fi issues is baffling the international community, including Israelis in Israel’s highly developed technology sector who are itching to develop new iPad apps and have a real iPad to immediately test them on, rather than relying on SDKs and emulated environments.
My son has a Galaxy mini s3, uses PlayStore. I have tried to change his country from Israel (where we were when he originally opened the playstore account) to America (our permanent address), but I have had no success. When looking at the account info on the computer, everything now says America. But on his phone, the playstore is showing everything from Israel.
We all knew this was the next step....but I would have to agree with getting rid of the tunnels that lead into Israel......
Some will say but those tunnels are under Palestinian homes.....
My response is complain to Hamas why they put Palestinian homes at risk.......the tunnels have to go......
Before I get started...it is possible to post many, many new threads everyday concerning the Hamas, Israeli Conflict.......yet I have taken to only posting new threads that are newsworthy that I feel cannot be or should not be integrated with other threads......I have been asked to not start so many new threads and I have agreed not to do so!
Investments in Israeli startups climbed to near record highs in the third quarter, even as the country was in the throes of the worst violence it has seen in years. Venture investments in Israel-based companies have not only increased in number of deals – with a near 40% rise this quarter over last- but more than tripled the total amount invested in Q1 of 2014.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Fuzzy LogicThe much rumoured iPad mini is about to be unveiled, and despite the expectation it will arrive with some new Mac brethren, the iPad mini or potential iPad Air is the big small-screen wonder everyone’s talking about!
Big news for a Monday/late Sunday night (depending on where you are): Onavo, the Tel Aviv-based mobile analytics company, has just announced that it has been acquired by Facebook. Onavo will become the anchor for Facebook in Israel — its first office in the country. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed; we are trying to find out.
Bolivia's leftist president has declared Israel a "terrorist state" because of its offensive in the Gaza Strip, and his government will now require Israeli citizens to obtain a visa to visit the Andean nation.
President Evo Morales already broke off diplomatic relations with the Jewish state in