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Park Slope »

A Brooklyn councilman says LinkNYC should map bus arrivals for stops without countdown clocks.

Forest Hills »

The devices have been recently installed at the intersection of Austin Street and Continental Avenue. 

Astoria »

The devices are being added along Jackson Avenue in LIC and Broadway in Astoria, officials said.

New York City »

A number of accessibility features will be added to LinkNYC in six to 12 months, records show.

Fort Greene »

The Wi-Fi kiosks also provide free domestic calls, USB charging, maps and connection to 911.

Long Island City »

Santa exists, at least on the city's public Wi-Fi network.

Rego Park »

The LinkNYC kiosk has been installed on Queens Boulevard, near 65th Road. 

Bed-Stuy »

The stations were installed along Fulton Street this week, LinkNYC representatives said.

Times Square & Theater District »

You didn't have the time or money to plan an elaborate costume, so DNAinfo is here to help.

East Village »

A photo of your pet in costume could be displayed on digital kiosks around New York City.

Downtown Brooklyn »

LinkNYC kiosks, which provide free Wi-Fi to residents, will be installed in Brooklyn this year.

Jamaica »

More than a dozen kiosks have been installed along Jamaica Avenue.

Gramercy »

LinkNYC tablets don't have internet access anymore, but do connect directly to DMV voter registration.

Upper East Side »

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