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Police are investigating the cause of the outage, the company said. 

Midtown »

The company falsely advertised speeds it knew were up to 80 percent slower, prosecutors said Wednesday.

Upper East Side »

The mayor says the city has a plan to fix the problems at the free internet kiosks.

Midtown »

The two women were staying at the Roosevelt Hotel, police said.

Concourse »

Wi-Fi and cellular service is available at 37 stations in The Bronx and Manhattan.

East New York »

The tech company worked with the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce to support its "GoDigital!" campaign.

Bed-Stuy »

Cardholders can get Internet access at home for up to one year with the library's mobile hot spots.

Upper West Side »

UWS residents said Riposo 72's bid to serve booze outdoors would expose kids to "Internet people."

Carroll Gardens »

Marietta's at 392 Court Street has been run by three generations of the same family since 1940.

Bed-Stuy »

A new 1,200-square-foot coworking space in Bed-Stuy opened on Thursday.

Chelsea »

Park-goers can now connect to Wi-Fi between W. 14th and W. 16th streets.

Upper East Side »

Residents and business owners along 72nd Street may be without service until April 21st.

Manhattan Valley »

Manhattan Valley residents have been hit by a loss of internet and phone services, Verizon said.

Gramercy »

David Staller admitted to deleting a paragraph about the club's fiscal woes from its Wikipedia page.

Forest Hills »

A Queens company is offering website services to small businesses that struggle with technology.