Technology

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.
The view from the back seat of a Lyft going from Brooklyn to Manhattan.
Beyond the extra hassle of litigation, it has created an image problem for Lyft and Juno.
New Yorkers walk past an advertisement for Gemini, a cryptocurrency exchange founded in 2014.
The establishment of a new task force suggests that the state is ready to expand its embrace of crypto.
Facebook and whatsapp apps
With little oversight, horizontal mergers have hindered free market competition
facial recognition technology
These findings are only the latest to suggest that artificial intelligence and machine learning are subject to the same biases that humans are.
K Street, home to the some of the most powerful lobbyists in Washington, D.C.
New filings shed light on some of the less visible lobbying efforts.
Ydanis Rodriguez chairs the city council transportation committee
The Transportation Committee convened to discuss the question of legalizing electric bikes and scooters.
The Microsoft headquarters campus in Redmond, Washington
A similar move in Long Island City could buy the company some goodwill with its new neighbors.
NYPD police line
This marks the second time in as many months that NYPD has clashed with NYCLU.
Attorney General nominee William Barr is sworn in before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
A former executive at Verizon and board member at Time Warner, Barr previously clashed with the Justice Department’s antitrust head.
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