The tech giant's fair is free and open to all.
CoFound Harlem, the neighborhood's newest incubator, announced their first class in May.
Play Pac-Man on a map of your neighborhood streets courtesy of Google Maps.
Cardholders can now check out Wi-Fi devices at several branches, including Jamaica and Forest Hills.
From Etsy to Warby Parker, companies are offering free meals as a way to aid productivity and happiness.
Maker Camp, organized by Google and Maker Media, lets kids participate from their own home.
Google wrapped a sign in rainbows outside of its Chelsea headquarters.
Bill de Blasio's donors and past associates dominated a midday Google video chat with the mayor.
The company leased more than 140,000 square feet on West 17th Street, according to reports.
An interactive mapping tool allows users to search for felony rates by address, zipcode, or street name.
Companies including Google made organizers sign non-disclosure agreements, angering the community board.
A man drew an anti-Semitic symbol at the tech company's New York offices, police said.
Governors Island broke ground on a new piece of public parkland called The Hills on Thursday.
New school will help area children and revitalize neighborhood, Mayor Bloomberg says.
The search giant has updated its Street View feature to show images of neighborhoods battered by Sandy.
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