Technology

City Council Speaker Corey Johnson joins Mayor de Blasio at a COVID-19 media briefing in early March.
City lawmakers will meet and vote remotely on Wednesday.
This week's tech loser, Amazon's Jeff Bezos.
Who's up and who's down in tech this week?
Remote learning for NYC students begins today.
Students at NYC schools begin remote learning today, what challenges will they face?
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.
NYPD announces public guidelines for facial recognition technology usage.
In an effort to increase transparency the NYPD released public guidelines on facial recognition usage.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi
Who's up and who's down in tech this week?
Co-founder and CEO of Root Insurance Company Alex Timm.
Root CEO Alex Timm talks the Green Light Law, telematics-based car insurance and the slightly grating nickname for insurance technology.
Uber rolled out new features on Tuesday.
Riders can now discretely text 911 during Uber trips.
City Council Speaker Corey Johnson on the subway.
The host of the Recode Decode podcast discussed the future of transportation in NYC with the City Council Speaker.
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