One of the most talked-about presentations at the recent Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona was Meta Pro, a pair of fashionable 3D augmented-reality glasses with five times the computing power of an iPhone. Comparisons were constantly with Google’s upcoming Google Glass: Meta claims to outdo Google in almost every respect, with a field of vision 15 times larger than Glass, faster computing power, and the ability to use the glasses while driving. This last factor is important, as Google Glass has already been banned for use while driving vehicles.
Despite the regional tensions Israeli and Arab children have managed to put their differences aside and focus on one of the things that unites them; soccer. Perhaps there may be a ray of hope for peace yet. As part of the Equalizer project, Israeli and Arab children from northern towns and villages gathered last week at Kiryat Shimona municipal stadium for a soccer tournament.
Israel has been under the threat of global and regional terrorism for decades but a new problem has surfaced: cyber-terrorism. Various security breaches of online systems in Israel have taken place over the past few years. Now the first international cyber security conference hosted in Tel Aviv, Cybertech 2014 features a hundred new Israeli companies ready to commit to finding a solution to the cyber wars.