Technology

The interior of a ride-hail car.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a permanent extension of the FHV cap and new limits.
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Amazon.
On Amazon's Prime Day, activists plan to deliver 250,000 petitions to CEO Jeff Bezos’ Fifth Avenue residence.
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Amazon packages.
Several tech companies are expanding, or are rumored to be doing so, in New York City. 
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NY driver's license.
Reports revealed the FBI had been mining state driver’s license databases with facial recognition technology, prompting concerns about New York’s new Green Light law.
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Trump's Twitter account.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled that he can’t block users since he uses Twitter for government business.
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The big question is: will a city bailout be approved to ease some drivers’ more immediate issues?
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1 train
The Fast Forward plan would modernize the subway system’s decades-old signaling system over the next 10 years.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
The governor directed DFS to investigate reports that advertisers can block ads in a discriminatory manner.
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A woman uses her cellphone on the Brooklyn Bridge.
Some worry the city is falling behind on cutting-edge wireless infrastructure.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo met with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during his solidarity and trade mission.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an agreement for New York to enter into a $2 million partnership on tech and other economic development with Israel.
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