Eleven more stations in Manhattan and 29 in Queens are now connected, officials announced Thursday.
Whether you're looking for coffee, wine or sunshine, check out these 9 spots to plunk down your laptop.
The "Red Hook Wifi" project will provide wireless Internet coverage to Red Hook.
Rub elbows with fellow creatives by taking your freelance work out of the coffee shop.
Union Square's Wi-Fi system is expanding to serve 3,000 users at a time.
Google will offer free WiFi from Gansevoort Street to West 19th Street.
The Downtown Alliance has partnered with law firm WilmerHale to expand WiFi coverage Downtown.
The area around Columbia University is jammed with study spots for students.
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.
Transit Wireless is moving forward with plans to put their pilot WiFi and cellular program on Chelsea subway platforms.
The new kiosks will serve food and drinks and possibly wine and beer.
In deal with the city, Time Warner and Cablevision agreed to provide free wireless Internet access in 32 parks.
Cell Phone and WiFi service are in the works for the city's subway system, but perhaps they should be delayed.
The MTA's stalled plan to provide WiFi and cell phone service at subway stations is reportedly back on track.
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