Corona »

Make a Shelter from Chopsticks and Tinfoil at Science Museum Design Lab

The Design Lab is made up of five spaces that let kids create and build their own pieces of art

East Williamsburg »

New Site Lets Retailers Promote Their Public Toilets

Web-based app WeeWeeFree wants to convince retailers to open their bathrooms for "restroom hours."

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. 

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