Technology

A broadband cable drum with laying trailer and other rolls with black fiber optic cables for faster Internet in rural regions like Erie County.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Broadband for All initiative received some scrutiny this week.
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Assemblyman Joseph Lentol in the Assembly Chamber at the Capitol in Albany
Assemblyman Joseph Lentol is taking another shot with his Airbnb-backed bill.
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IDNYC raises concerns over increased surveillance of undocumented New Yorkers.
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An amazon HQ2 protest outside Gracie Mansion in December
Julie Samuels, executive director of Tech:NYC, weighs in.
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A Charter Spectrum van parked on the streets of Manhattan.
The company is trying to avoid a forced exit from New York.
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The candidates for the New York City public advocate debate.
Animosity towards Amazon doesn't mean the candidates are hostile to tech.
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State Sen. Michael Gianaris calls on supporters to remove the Amazon app from their phones as he address a coalition rally in November.
One of the few public officials who have taken up arms in the fight has been given a seat on the Public Authorities Control Board.
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The view from the back seat of a Lyft going from Brooklyn to Manhattan.
Beyond the extra hassle of litigation, it has created an image problem for Lyft and Juno.
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New Yorkers walk past an advertisement for Gemini, a cryptocurrency exchange founded in 2014.
The establishment of a new task force suggests that the state is ready to expand its embrace of crypto.
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Protesters hold up signs at the second New York City Council hearing on Amazon's planned headquarters in Queens.
“30 jobs, are you f---ing kidding me?”
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