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SoHo »

$400 Marc Jacobs Purse, iPhone 5 Swiped From SoHo Hotspot Felix, Cops Say

A late-night reveler had her unattended purse stolen about 2:30 a.m. on Sunday, cops said.

Cobble Hill »

Police Canvassing Crime-Ridden Areas for Unattended Valuable Property

The 76th Precinct is conducting a program called "Spot it to Secure it."

Chelsea »

Straphanger Grabs Back iPad Mini From Thief at Chelsea Station, Cops Say

The suspect tried to run off with a man's iPad mini inside Chelsea's West 28th St. station, cops said.

Park Slope »

Police Seek Suspect in Park Slope iPad Theft

Cops released a photo of a man who allegedly stole an iPad from a woman on the Q train at Seventh Avenue.

East Elmhurst »

Suspects Blame Each Other for Murder of Queens Teacher, Cops Say

Cecil Golden and Elijah Agyepong are charged with killing and robbing David Rangel.

TriBeCa »

Cabbie Busted for Swiping Two iPads After Fare Fight, Cops Say

A 27-year-old cab driver was charged with robbery for stealing two iPads from an angry customer.

Kew Gardens »

Salon Brings Manhattan Style to Queens With iPads and Champagne

Posh Hair Studio in Kew Gardens is still keeping simple cuts under $30.

Tottenville »

Staten Island Firefighter Accused of Hitting Wife with iPad

Eric Bischoff, 39, was arrested and charged with assault.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Teen Accused of Stealing iPad on G Train, Police Say

The teen allegedly stole an iPad out of a man's hand while he was on the G train earlier this month.

Fort Greene »

Thieves Swipe $3,000 in iPads from Brooklyn Target, Cops Say

The thieves broke into a display case on New Year's Eve, police said.

New York City »

New MTA App Tells Commuters When Their Train Will Arrive

The MTA Subway TIme app will give commuters real-time subway arrival information.

Carnegie Hill »

Hanukkah App Lets Celebrants Light Virtual Menorah

The Jewish Museum has unveiled "Light My Fire," a menorah-lighting app, just in time for Hanukkah. 

Prospect Heights »

Woman Beaten With Baseball Bat in Mugging Near Barclays Center

Neighbors on St. Marks Avenue say they're shocked over a bloody attack on their quiet block this weekend

Forest Hills »

Forest Park Library Using iPads to Help Autistic Children

A program at the Forest Park library uses tablets to teach children the basics of storytelling.

New York City »

Gadgets Can Help Kids Learn, But Parents Wonder When to Pull the Plug

Experts weigh in on how often parents should allow their kids to use technology.