The Silicon Harlem Tech Conference was a way for Harlem to embrace technology.
DataVision Computer Video is moving from Midtown to a smaller space on West 23rd Street.
Companies will have the chance to pitch their apps to potential investors at the first Harlem Demo Day.
Deskcamping is a new Airbnb-type website that helps freelancers find office space and fall in love.
The National Center for Women and Infromation Technology encourages girls in the tech sector.
The company leased more than 140,000 square feet on West 17th Street, according to reports.
Cornell NYC Tech announced Monday four new faculty hires for its inaugural class that began last month.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg also dissed telecommuting as "one of the dumber ideas I’ve ever heard."
Like movies and TV shows, local tech start-ups are now part of a 'Made in NY' campaign.
Tech startups tell why New York City is a great base.
Thousands came out to buy the new iPhone 5 at Apple Stores around the city Friday.
A group of inventors are tearing up the status quo from a small office in DUMBO.
A tech incubator in Long Island City could be used by hundreds of local entrepreneurs.
Crown Heights startup Kurrenci hopes to bring the cash economy online, starting in its own backyard.
The search engine giant currently employs 2,500 people in New York, and plans to hire many more.
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