New Springville »

Google Earth Says There are Gas Leaks all Over Staten Island

The maps show the borough has an average of one leak every mile.

Midtown »

5 Ways to Green Your Building and Get Money to Do It

Experts share tips on how to make your building more energy efficient, without spending lots of money.

Elmhurst »

NYPD Precinct Commanders Can Say Whatever They Want on Twitter (Mostly)

Deputy Inspector Ronald Leyson from the 110 Precinct hopes to share the good work of his officers.

Corona »

Girls Scouts Learn Video Game Programming to Tackle Male-Dominated Field

The weeklong program was held at the New York Hall of Science by the Girl Scouts.

West Village »

Find a Date for Your Dog Using New Tinder-Style App

DoggyBnB allows dog owners to set up play dates and find someone to care for their pet.

Port Morris »

150 Jobs Coming to South Bronx at Software Testing Center

The center is a partnership between the companies Per Scholas and Manhattan-based Doran Jones.

East Village »

How to Keep Energy Costs Down All Summer

Con Edison is giving out free devices to control air conditioning remotely and monitor energy use.

Chelsea »

DataVision Computer Shop Moving to Smaller Location After 21 Years

DataVision Computer Video is moving from Midtown to a smaller space on West 23rd Street.

Battery Park City »

Bus Stop Countdown Clocks Headed Downtown, DOT Says

About 13 countdown clocks will be installed on two Lower Manhattan bus routes in 2015, officials said.

St. George »

Coworking Space to Offer Tech Haven in St. George This August

Launchpads, 60 Bay St., will give people a chance to get out of their homes and coffee shops and work.

Chelsea »

Google Sign Gets Rainbow Makeover for Gay Pride Month

Google wrapped a sign in rainbows outside of its Chelsea headquarters.

Fort Greene »

Brooklyn Designers Use Smartphone Game to Jump-Start the Party

"Game of Phones" aims to make smartphone gazing a more social activity. 

Belmont »

De Blasio Announces $650M Tech Upgrade for City Schools

The money will go toward helping schools upgrade their broadband internet access.

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