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Upper East Side »

Verizon Phone and Internet Outages Hit Upper East Side Customers

Residents and business owners along 72nd Street may be without service until April 21st.

Manhattan Valley »

Verizon Phone and Internet Outages Plague Upper West Side

Manhattan Valley residents have been hit by a loss of internet and phone services, Verizon said.

Gramercy »

Players Club Board Member Deleted Info From Club's Wikipedia Page

David Staller admitted to deleting a paragraph about the club's fiscal woes from its Wikipedia page.

Forest Hills »

Forest Hills Tech Company Offers 'Sites for Cavemen'

A Queens company is offering website services to small businesses that struggle with technology.  

New York City »

Website Aims to Streamline Search for Kids' Extracurricular Classes

Kidz Central Station launched in September in select areas.

Chelsea »

Google Launches Free WiFi in Chelsea

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

Downtown Brooklyn »

High School Girls Hack into Male-Dominated Cybersecurity Industry

All-girl teams attempt to break into the male-dominated field of cybersecurity at NYU-Poly.  

Williamsburg »

Fallen Trees, Floods and Power Outages Remain in North Brooklyn

Residents in Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick remained without electricity Tuesday.

New York City »

Wi-Fi Coming to Queens Subway Platforms by 2013

MTA set to bring 76 subway stations in Queens and Midtown online with Wi-Fi access.

Financial District »

Expanded WiFi Service Brings Faster Web Surfing to Lower Manhattan

The Downtown Alliance has partnered with law firm WilmerHale to expand WiFi coverage Downtown.

East Village »

Nuyorican Poets Cafe Uses Live-Streaming to Reach Worldwide Audience

The Nuyorican Poets Cafe is now streaming events in real time around the world.

Bed-Stuy »

Brooklyn Teacher Caught in Girls' Bathroom and Browsing Porn, Report Says

An investigation recommends Daniel Meagher, 36, face criminal charges.

New York City »

Social Media: How to Talk to Your Kids About the Web

Experts offer advice for helping kids stay safe on the Internet.

New York City »

Manhattan DA Announces New High-Tech Lab to Fight Cybercrime

The new lab will be used to scout online crime and collect evidence from cell phones and hard drives.

Columbus Circle »

City Payphones to Become WiFi Hotspots

The city is turning some of its more than 10,000 payphones into wireless HotSpots.

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