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Rego Park »

Google's Online Camp Teaches Kids to Create Bottle Rockets and Sneakers

Maker Camp, organized by Google and Maker Media, lets kids participate from their own home.

Chelsea »

Google Sign Gets Rainbow Makeover for Gay Pride Month

Google wrapped a sign in rainbows outside of its Chelsea headquarters.

Civic Center »

De Blasio's Google Chat With New Yorkers Filled With Supporters

Bill de Blasio's donors and past associates dominated a midday Google video chat with the mayor.

Chelsea »

Twitter to Move Headquarters to Chelsea, Report Says

The company leased more than 140,000 square feet on West 17th Street, according to reports. 

Civic Center »

See How Your Neighborhood Fared on NYPD's Interactive Crime Map

An interactive mapping tool allows users to search for felony rates by address, zipcode, or street name.

Midtown »

Google Forced Bryant Park Corp to Hide Event Plans from Public, Critics Say

Companies including Google made organizers sign non-disclosure agreements, angering the community board.

Chelsea »

Man Etches Swastika Inside Google Office Elevator, Cops Say

A man drew an anti-Semitic symbol at the tech company's New York offices, police said.

Governors Island »

Waterfront Hills on Governors Island to Offer Sweeping Skyline Views

Governors Island broke ground on a new piece of public parkland called The Hills on Thursday.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Children's Zone Opens $100M Charter School at St. Nicholas Houses

New school will help area children and revitalize neighborhood, Mayor Bloomberg says.

New Dorp Beach »

Google Updates its Street View to Show Sandy Damaged Neighborhoods in NYC

The search giant has updated its Street View feature to show images of neighborhoods battered by Sandy.

Chelsea »

Google Launches Free WiFi in Chelsea

Google will offer free WiFi from Gansevoort Street to West 19th Street.

Roosevelt Island »

Cornell's Tech Campus Moves Forward With Community Board Support

The Upper East Side's Community Board 8 approved Cornell's plan for its Roosevelt Island campus.

Upper West Side »

Google Recognizes Tech-Savvy Teachers from Top City Schools

Four city school teachers were selected for the sixth annual Google Teacher Academy.

Upper East Side »

Calling All Engineers: Cornell NYC Tech Seeking Students for 'Beta' Class

Applications are open for the new masters program at Cornell's tech campus, city officials said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Google Hosts First Look at Moynihan Station

The search engine giant is giving Google+ users the chance to get a tour of the new train station.

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