Technology

NYPD police officer watching protesters
The NYPD championed the move even as the PBA considers an appeal.
Policy
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A woman walks past the Google offices in Manhattan New York
The city and state can’t ignore the fast-growing economic sector.
Opinion
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Ubers in New York City.
Uber argues the cap is an overextension of the city's authority.
Policy
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Fiber optic cable-laying operations like this one are essential for delivering faster Internet to upstate New York.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Broadband for All initiative received some scrutiny this week.
Policy
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Assemblyman Joseph Lentol in the Assembly Chamber at the Capitol in Albany
Assemblyman Joseph Lentol is taking another shot with his Airbnb-backed bill.
Policy
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IDNYC raises concerns over increased surveillance of undocumented New Yorkers.
Policy
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An amazon HQ2 protest outside Gracie Mansion in December
Julie Samuels, executive director of Tech:NYC, weighs in.
Policy
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Jelena Kovacenic, Fred Wilson and Desiree Gruber.
Always a hub for innovation, recent events in New York have created a new era of influencers.
Special List
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A Charter Spectrum van parked on the streets of Manhattan.
The company is trying to avoid a forced exit from New York.
Policy
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A view of the Long Island City skyline development - the future home of Amazon HQ2 - from under the Queens Boulevard train tracks.
Experts weigh in on the tech giant’s subsidized headquarters to be built in Queens – and similar battles in the city’s history.
News & Politics
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