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Williamsburg »

Fifteen job postings went live this week for "leaders," "experts," "geniuses," "creatives" in Brooklyn.

Upper West Side »

The exhibit at the New-York Historical Society shows how much of computer history started here. 

Chelsea »

Schools are preparing for the new Common Core exams, which students will take on a computer. 

Fort Greene »

Vandals poured water on the nurse's computer and wrecked keyboards in five separate classrooms.

Belmont »

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

Civic Center »

The 43-year-old music, electronics and computer mega-store will shut down for renovations Thursday.

Inwood »

Inwood's Darling Coffee's front section is computer-free to fight laptop-using seat hoggers.

Carroll Gardens »

New library computers and enhanced tree pits will be also be funded in Carroll Gardens.

Park Slope »

Parents say electronic gadgets like iPads and computers are distracting their children from books.

New York City »

Twenty high schools and middle schools will house new software engineering programs, officials said.

Astoria »

The new exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image features video games from the last 50 years.

East Harlem »

Nearly 100 students from P.S. 171-Patrick Henry School will receive free computers on Saturday.

New York City »

From porn to cheating, Mayor Bloomberg warned of the dangers of the Internet.

SoHo »

The expanded Apple store on Prince Street is set to open its doors following renovations.

Midtown & Theater District »

Apple's newest outpost at Grand Central Terminal was finally opened Friday.