In RSA Key Extraction via Low-Bandwidth Acoustic Cryptanalysis [PDF], a paper by Daniel Genkin and Eran Tromer of Tel Aviv University and Adi Shamir, the authors show that a sensitive microphone (such as the one in a compromised mobile phone) can be used to infer a secret cryptographic key being used by a nearby computer.
Teenagers are notorious for chewing a lot of gum. The lip smacking, bubble popping, discarded gum stuck to the sole give teachers and parents a headache. Now, Dr. Nathan Watemberg of Tel Aviv University-affiliated Meir Medical Center has found that gum-chewing teenagers, and younger children as well, are giving themselves headaches too. Show More Summary
Stretching over the top three floors of the W Tower in Park Tzameret, a state of the art penthouse boasts incredible views over Tel Aviv and the Mediterranean Sea. The fully automatic smart home has it’s own private elevator atop the 45 floor building below, as well as a private pool and even a maids […]
Orit Raff creates photographs of environments described in novels with cultural, sociological and political aspects. Like a fictional photojournalist, she gathers in these sites information that crosses cultures, locations and periods,...Show More Summary
Pictured is an interesting display at The Israel Defense Forces History Museum in Tel Aviv, featuring crude Sten gun copies among many other improvised firearms used around the time of the 1948 Arab–Israeli war. Also featured are some 12 gauge revolving drum shotguns which appear reasonably well crafted. More submachine guns, some closely resembling the […] Read More …
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Rounds will integrate Vidyo's technology into its free video chat service, enabling the Israeli company to offer shared entertainment with high-definition group video conferencing.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Lawyers for the family of an American teenager killed in a 2006 suicide bombing in Tel Aviv urged a U.S. court on Tuesday to reject an attempt by Israel to muzzle a witness in an anti-terrorism case, court documents showed.
Meet Shlomi Cohen: Grammy-nominated saxophonist Shlomi Cohen, born in jny: Tel Aviv, Israel, has had a multicultural musical education, based in part on his surroundings both in Tel Aviv and New York City, and also from his Moroccan and Yemeni heritage. This mix of styles in his sound has made h...
Monday night in the the Holy Land sees Hapoel Tel Aviv, 5th, take on bitter rivals and league leaders Maccabi Tel Aviv in the derby, and many are expecting Hapoel to take a beating. It’s been a miserable season for Hapoel Tel Aviv in Israel, and their fans have been quick to let manager Ran Ben Shimon know he [...]
The German violin star, on tour in Israel, visited a Tel Aviv luthier, Amnon Weinstein, who restores instruments that were found in German Holocaust sites. Watch news report here.
Yesterday I spoke in Tel Aviv at the national HR Magazine conference and today I’m flying to Las Vegas to visit Zappos (one of the world’s happiest workplaces). Unfortunately my flight was cancelled leading to mob-like scenes at the check-in counter when all the passengers went there at once to get re-booked on other flights. […]
Dedicated bibliophiles know that how you display your books is nearly as important as the type of books you read. Raw Edges, a Tel Aviv design studio comprised of Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay, designed this striking bookcase called Bloom. The bookcase was inspired by a weaving loom, featuring many vertical cords adorned with movable black [...]
Former New Yorker Ben Wiener is launching one of the first micro-funds in Jerusalem, so new ideas can flourish in one of the world's oldest cities.
What’s the point of a 4th official if they can’t assist the referee in an incident like this? The final match of round 12 of the Israeli top flight on Monday night saw Hapoel Tel Aviv beat Ashdod 2-1, and the game had a nasty flashpoint in the second half when one player studded another in [...]
Uri Avnery discusses the issue of young Jewish Israelis leaving Israel for other countries, including Germany. Israel’s out-emigration rate was similar to other industrial countries a decade ago, but it is possible…
Pride parades are increasingly becoming global phenomenons, popping up in small rural towns and unexpected exotic locales all over the world. Six cities, however, take the cake for hosting the most colorful Pride parades, attracting millions of travelers to celebrate under their picture-perfect rainbow. Tel Aviv Pride culminates with a dance party by the beach, […]
David H points me to the following offer: Hi All, Superfly is giving its eligible members Gold, Plat and Top Plat status. Some members have already received the offer and posted it online so we decided to go ahead and post on FlyerTalk as well. Show More Summary
Coffee and beer are polar opposites in the beverage world. Coffee picks you up, and beer winds you down. Now Prof. Martin Kupiec and his team at Tel Aviv University's Department of Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology have discovered that the beverages may also have opposite effects on your genome. Show More Summary
Down by one, Hapoel Jerusalem's Yotam Halperin hit a three-pointer with a lucky bounce to take a two-point lead over Maccabi Tel Aviv. But it took a well-placed referee for Halperin to get his game-winner. Read more...
Next March El Al will launch a new budget airline called UP serving Berlin, Larnaca, Kiev, Prague and Budapest from Tel Aviv. Larnaca will be 6X weekly while the other cities will launch with 11x weekly service. Fares will start … Read...Show More Summary