The East Village's Tompkins Square Square Park is the latest city green space to offer free wireless Internet service.
Outages on Grand Street in Little Italy have cost local merchants thousands of dollars in lost revenue.
Time Warner Cable said it was working to fix a service outage in lower Manhattan.
From harassing text messages to hacking someone's Facebook account, cyberbullying comes in many forms, advocates said.
Many parks and plazas advertise free WiFi, but which ones actually work?
Battery Park and Thomas Jefferson Park already have WiFi. The High Line, Marcus Garvey Park and others soon will.
A major supplier of online cigarettes and 30 city residents were named in a lawsuit filed by the city to recoup lost tax revenue.
Business has increased at the longtime Avenue A shop thanks to a younger neighbor's online efforts.
The city's new Chief Digital Officer confirmed she is in discussion with Facebook about a potential partnership.
A group of friends from Heschel high school have launched a month-long campaign against meat-eating.
Advocates argued that the service should be provided for free to non-cable subscribers.
Rachel Sterne will be paid $115,000 a year to help the city enter the social media age.
Students can now track the university's six lines in real time during service hours.
Online retailers are hoping to boost their bottom line by offering deals and discounts to customers on Cyber Monday.
A new exhibition at the New Museum features works inspired by the way the internet has transformed public art.
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