Fancy a revolutionary folding suitcase?

Touch-free smartphone, wearable eating monitor, expandable suitcase and an eco-sustainable shelving unit among latest choices.




Tel Aviv Rollers mark ‘sweet 16’

Like the city’s residents, the Rollers come from every walk of life. Their commonality is rolling through the streets on Tuesday evenings.




How Google Doodle pieced the Berlin Wall back together

Israeli video production startup VEED.me sent 17 film crews to gather footage.




Israeli student takes part in Chinese quiz show

Bible masters student took part in ‘Who’s Still Standing,’ an adaptation of the Israeli TV game show ‘Laoof Al Hamiliyon.’




Winter brings crazy weather to Israel

Amateur videographers shoot waterspout in Tel Aviv; hail in Haifa; floods in the Negev.




The lean, mean startup machine

‘Fail fast, succeed faster’ – that’s the motto for frenetic three-day Lean Startup Machine events like the one hosted in Jerusalem — Israel’s first LSM but likely not the last.




Microsoft Israel’s Innovate for Good contest

Teams of Israeli teens participated in the company’s competition to develop social apps based on requests from nonprofit organizations.




Nursing sea turtles back to health

Blind and injured turtles receive visitors at the Israel Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center.




Israeli army pinup girls and new curling team

A new fashion label making the IDF look racy and the fashionable Israel Curling Team turn to crowdfunding to fulfill their respective fantasies.




20,000 cranes fly in to Hula Valley

Israel is a ‘superhighway’ for birds on the wing for the winter from Europe on their way to Africa.