Technology

An apartment set up to Airbnb.
Airbnb is no stranger to regulatory pushback, but in New York City, the company’s various legal battles are heating up.
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facial recognition technology
The New York State Education Department released a statement calling on the school district to delay its usage.
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Subway turnstiles.
The One Metro New York system will allow riders use a phone or contactless card, rather than swipe a MetroCard.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks at City Hall on Tuesday.
A report published over the weekend stated that Amazon is considering setting down roots in Manhattan.
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Lime is among the companies participating in a Department of Transportation pilot program for dockless e-bikes.
Lime began adding new pedal-assist dockless bikes to its current fleet in the Rockaways over Memorial Day Weekend.
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From L to R, Annie McDonough, Archana Jayaram, Michael O'Boyle, Aziz Ahmad, Clam Lorenz, Walei Sabry.
Dragging government agencies into the 21st century in order to build a more tech-friendly city is often tedious, unsexy work.
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data privacy
Experts weigh in on where New York stands in bolstering cyber defenses in both the public and private sector.
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Pier and Long Island City at sunset, seen from Gantry Plaza State Park, Queens.
There's no shortage of policy proposals inspired by the deal-gone-wrong.
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The ongoing legal battle between city officials and the home-sharing company continues.
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U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer.
The U.S. Senate Minority Leader called for a probe of the Chinese state-owned company CRRC.
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