Technology

Buses in New York City.
The accelerator program is intended to solve public transit issues with new products and technologies.
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Long-delayed and controversial plans to merge mobile carriers T-Mobile and Sprint are still on hold.
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Facial recognition technology.
The No Biometric Barriers to Housing Act builds on growing suspicion of technology like facial recognition and its flaws.
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The storefront of the now-closed New York City department store Lord & Taylor.
The tech company may be looking for office space in New York City (again).
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A biometric clock.
The technology, however, isn't impervious to abuse.
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Census.
An online census could negatively impact those who are low-income.
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Crowded subway platform.
A software bug that caused numbered subway lines to malfunction causes concerns over the MTA's systems.
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Uber and Lyft drivers protest outside the New York Stock Exchange on May 8.
What would happen if drivers took advantage of an antitrust loophole and incorporated into a single entity?
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Groups like the New York Civil Liberties Union have raised red flags over surveillance and invasion of privacy concerns. 
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Queens will be the first borough to see more stations.
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