Technology

Many New York City students are sill waiting on laptops and tablets to make remote learning possible.
New reports reveal that students still do not have tablets or internet service required to participate in remote classes.
On Thursday, the City Council voted to extend a cap on fees that the delivery apps can charge restaurants.
New York City will continue to cap fees paid to the likes of Grubhub and Postmates.
NYPD cameras sign in Manhattan.
Legislation three years in the making will require the police to disclose information about facial recognition and other tools.
Elon Musk promised to reopen Tesla’s factory in Buffalo to produce ventilators “as soon as humanly possible.”
What we know and what we don’t know about Musk’s promises to help New York during the coronavirus crisis.
New York State's unemployment system has failed New Yorkers during the COVID-19 crisis.
The site is running on tech from the 1970s. Now New Yorkers are suffering.
Mayor Bill de Blasio assists in picking up the United Nation's donation of 250,000 face masks.
The city wants to gather data from residents with COVID-19 symptoms to allow for more targeted response efforts.
New York State Interim Chief Information Officer Jeremy Goldberg
New York’s top tech official talks about collaborating with private industry on coronavirus response.
This week's tech loser, Amazon's Jeff Bezos.
Who's up and who's down in tech this week?
Andrew Yang
Who's up and who's down in tech this week?
Access-A-Ride ends shared trips due to the coronavirus.
The coronavirus has lead to an end in shared ride-hail app and Access-A-Ride trips.
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