Top 10 Jewish/Israeli Innovations That We Could NOT Imagine Living Without Them




Do not use the most popular search engine to answer your thoughts/questions since it was developed by Sergey Mikhaylovich Brin(Jewish).


At home,work or wherever you are, do not use Facebook as it was developed by Mark Zuckerberg(Jewish).


The Best GPS-based geographical navigation application program for smartphones with GPS support and display screens which provides turn-by-turn information and user-submitted travel times and route details, downloading location-dependent information over the mobile telephone network. It was developed by the Israeli start-up Waze Mobile, which was acquired by Google in 2013.


The cellular phone would still look like an oversized brick if it weren’t for Israeli know-how in mobile technologies. It was at Motorola’s Israel R&D center that Israeli engineers first developed original cell-phone technology.

Most of the technology in your mobile phone can be traced back to Israeli engineering.

Computer Operation Systems

Microsoft’s two most popular operating systems, NT and XP, were developed primarily in Israel. Microsoft has had a strong presence in Israel for many years, and has two R&D centers in Herzliya that employ 600 people.

Computer Printing

Israeli inventor Benny Landa revolutionized the world of digital printing when his Rehovot company, Indigo, launched the E-Print 1000 in 1993. It was a turning point for the printing industry, enabling printers to print directly from a computer file.

Apple Products

Israeli flash memory developer Anobit has developed a chip that significantly improves the endurance, performance and cost of flash storage products and systems. The chips can already be found in Apple’s iPhone, iPad and MacBook Air, as well as in several Samsung devices.

Gaming Consoles

Do not purchase any games devices as these are likely to use Israeli technology.


The Disk-on-Key was developed by M-Systems, a company founded by three Israelis. The data storage device was launched in September 2000, and since then has become almost as ubiquitous worldwide as the paper clip.

Voice Mail

Turn off your voice-mail service and delete any recorded messages. Israeli companies invented the voice-mail system. If someone you do not know answers your phone-call, then hang up. Israeli call-centers and call-centre technology is in widespread operation in the UK.