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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.

Central Harlem »

Rucker Park Now a Real Hot Spot

The site of the famed Entertainer's Basketball Classic tournament now has free wi-fi.

Flushing »

Ultra-Orthodox Jews Rally Against Internet Dangers at Citi Field

More than 60,000 orthodox Jewish men packed Citi Field and Arthur Ashe Stadium on Sunday.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Former Finance Whiz Launches Online Affordable Art Business

Giorgio Piccoli, 27, turned his own problems finding affordable art into a Flatiron-based startup.

Manhattan »

DA Vance Touring Manhattan to Teach Students About Cyberbullying

Manhattan DA Cy Vance Jr. is speaking to students this week about the cyberbullying crisis.

Manhattan »

Watch the Super Bowl Online for the First Time

NBC is allowing football fans to watch the Super Bowl online for the first time this year.

Midtown & Theater District »

SOPA Foes Protest Outside Chuck Schumer's and Kirsten Gillibrand's Offices

Hundreds gathered in Midtown to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect IP Act. 

Midtown & Theater District »

Seamless Delivery's Arrival in Midtown Met by Popcorn-Hungry Bloomberg

Seamless online delivery celebrated its new headquarters near Bryant Park Tuesday.

Manhattan »

City Buys Arsenal of Guns Illegally Online in Latest Sting

Officials were able to purchase guns illegally online, including the type used to kill a police officer.

Midtown & Theater District »

Payphone of the Future Could Come to a Corner Near You

Residents envision a payphone of the future with touch screens, power outlets or voice activation.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Chelsea Tekserve Reboots Dead Laptops as Art

Tekserve, the independent Apple store, is hosting an art exhibit made up of dead laptops, the "Dead Laptop Series," by Chicago artist Michael Dinges.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Tompkins Square Park Launches Free Wi-Fi Service

The East Village's Tompkins Square Square Park is the latest city green space to offer free wireless Internet service.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Verizon Outages Hurt Little Italy Businesses

Outages on Grand Street in Little Italy have cost local merchants thousands of dollars in lost revenue.

Downtown »

Time Warner Outage Leaves Downtown Without Cable and Internet

Time Warner Cable said it was working to fix a service outage in lower Manhattan.

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