Amazing photos of countries from space

These satellite images provide the ultimate view of some of the world's most interesting places.

The electronic hand behind Diddy's new '11:11' album

Producer Guy Gerber is shepherding the rapper's entrance into the tech-house music genre.

Basketball players get an assist from trampoline training tool

Tamir Goodman's invention aims to make players stronger, faster and more competitive.

FreeD technology puts a 360-degree spin on instant replays

Startup lets TV viewers watch sports highlights in slow motion from every angle.

Revel in spectacular views along Israel's epic National Trail

Hikers find community and hospitality on this amazing 620-mile walking path.

8 of Israel's best beaches for sunsets

Take in the vivid scenery, from the Mediterranean coast to the Sea of Galilee.

Is PlayBuzz the next Buzzfeed?

It's the 29th most popular website in the U.S. and the seventh most-read on mobile. Meet Shaul Olmert, the man behind PlayBuzz.

Whey protein a beneficial tool in diabetes treatment, new study says

Research out of Israel suggests that consuming the protein before meals can help diabetics control their blood-sugar levels.

7 clever installations that will make you rethink public art

This art deserves a double take.

Israel to face World Cup champions Germany in friendly match

The countries plan to celebrate 50 years of diplomatic relations with 90 minutes on the pitch.

Street photographer captures Israel in a new light

Sheldon Serkin has gained a strong following online for his Instagram photos.

Israeli doctors help bring smiles to Ethiopia

Plastic surgeons assist a nonprofit volunteer group to perform cleft lip and cleft palate surgeries.

Eureka! Student creates free online software for genetics research

Sagi Abelson's Eureka-DMA program gives a graphical representation of gene test results.

9 of the world's most amazing skate parks

From Portland to Tel Aviv, these skateboarder havens defy the laws of gravity.

Once near extinction, rare fish swims again in Israeli river

Just a few years ago the Yarkon bream was extinct in the wild. Now it is thriving.