The demand was made in an internal letter, authored by the Apple Muslim Association. The letter has amassed roughly 1,000 signees and was sent on Monday directly to the firm's CEO.
Microsoft is launching an investigation into a firm it funded in the summer of its alleged use in the West Bank. Microsoft said such use of the technology would go against its ethical principles.
Facebook has apologized, after a translation provided by its AI led Israeli police to arrest and question a Palestinian man, who they thought was about to launch an attack with his bulldozer.
The Palestinian Monetary Authority is mulling over a decision to develop and roll out a digital currency called the Palestinian pound because it has no control over the foreign currencies used now.
Google claims that - contrary to recent claims - there was never a 'Palestine' on its Maps to be removed in the first place. However, another glitch did remove the 'West Bank' and 'Gaza Strip' labels.
Israel's government is ramping up pressure on the social networking giant. It's throwing around harsh words in an effort to get Facebook to remove posts that it deems to be dangerous and extremist.
Apple has issued a notice to a Palestinian indie game developer, asking him to re-categorize his game; which highlights the situation in Gaza, in the "News" or "Reference" section.
The webpage for Google in Palestine has been attacked by an unknown group, calling for revolution in the disputed lands around Palestine and Israel. How they pulled off the hack is still uncertain.
Branded by some as "hacktivism", the conflict between Israel and Palestine has spilled onto the web, with activists from both sides defacing websites, taking over computers and shutting down Facebook groups, according to a report...