"See Something, Send Something" app lets users report suspicious activities using their smart phones.
The first phase of the new campus will open the summer of 2017, officials said.
The exhibit at the New-York Historical Society shows how much of computer history started here.
Engineers chose New York City as the backdrop for the video debut of their groundbreaking jetpack.
More than 50 people have tuned in to watch the virtual open houses.
Roughly 20 students learned the math and science of cheese making on their day off.
The space where Google was going to open its first shop is now on the market for sublease.
Gigbloc is an interactive map that pinpoints concerts showing at the city's smaller venues.
Six years before 'Pizza Rat' the viral phenomenon, there was 'Pizza Rat' the app.
The program is meant for kids in first through ninth grades and their parents.
Not sure how to keep track of your runner? Digital media experts and marathoners offer their advice.
Mr. Worldwide performed at Rockefeller Center to celebrate the opening of the Microsoft's flagship.
The screens will be installed at five stations in Astoria by the end of 2016.
The course typically costs $50 an hour but The Coding Space is offering it for free on Saturday.
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