Facebook works with Israel to curb posts inciting violence
The social network would reportedly monitor and pull offending material.
Major cyberattack seller knocked offline as it faces arrests
Two teens may have made over $600,000 offering to knock websites offline.
Google explains why Palestine isn't labeled in Maps
It's restoring the labels "West Bank" and "Gaza" after accidentally deleting them.
Families of terror victims in Israel sue Facebook for $1 billion
The lawsuit claims the social network effectively provided support for Hamas.
'Cyborg heart patch' combines electronics and living tissue
It can be used to remotely monitor and administer drugs to the organ.
Waze app leads IDF soldiers into Palestine, conflict erupts
The app directed them into the Kalandia refugee camp.
House looks into claims the NSA spied on Congress
A House intelligence committee wants to know if the NSA eavesdropped on chats between Congress and advocacy groups.
The NSA spied on Congress, too
The agency also continued surveilling friendly heads of state.
PotBotics: better cannabis recommendations through science
Bay Area startup PotBotics is building a new way for medical marijuana patients to find the right strain for their specific malady -- with science!