Technology

NYPD car.
Facial recognition technology was used to identify a man who left rice cookers in the subway, causing terror concerns.
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NASCIO logo.
The state submitted tech projects for consideration but was not invited to NASCIO’s State IT Recognition Awards this year.
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Elon Musk.
Vanity Fair included a mysterious threat in its Tesla takedown.
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An Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) toll on the street in Singapore.
How other cities are making it work.
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A congestion charge point sign in London.
How much drivers pay could depend on what technology is used to charge them.
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Ubers in New York City.
The TLC Data Hub features data from for-hire vehicles, yellow taxis, green taxis, and other shared rides across the city.
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Big brother conceptual art.
A new report reveals that Microsoft contractors listened to private conversations captured by the company's Xbox systems.
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Big tech.
The current appetite for regulating the technology sector is a notable departure from past years.
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Tech trader
WeWork’s initial public offering shows how power has shifted between investors and entrepreneurs.
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Lyft.
Can the app-based for-hire vehicle industry regain its mojo in New York City?
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