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Downtown Brooklyn »

Free Wi-Fi is coming to basketball courts, playground and seating areas in the complexes.

Brownsville »

The initiative will offer app development workshops, technology and coding sessions, and more.

Union Square »

The school seeks to use technology to shape curriculum and prompt project-driven learning.

Navy Yard »

A new program called UrbanTech NYC will bring two new tech hubs to the Brooklyn Navy Yard and Midtown.

East Harlem »

There is only one computer for every 10 children in nearly half the schools in the district. 

Chelsea »

Female "Minecraft" players can learn more about the startup's technology at the workshop.

Midtown »

You've made your resolutions. Now DNAinfo is here to help you with the hard part: doing them.

Bed-Stuy »

Ada and Leo is a series of classes helping kids aged 6 through 9 learn robotics, circuitry and more.

Midtown »

"See Something, Send Something" app lets users report suspicious activities using their smart phones.

Upper West Side »

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

Midtown »

Much of the MTA's technology predates WWII, a new video shows.

Bed-Stuy »

Digital Girl, a new nonprofit aimed at encouraging girls to consider STEM careers, launched Tuesday.

Bedford Park »

De Blasio says his predecessor simply was not handing workforce development correctly.

Hunts Point »

From Hunts Point Avenue to Irvine Streets, organizers want to encourage startups to set up shop locally.

Port Morris »

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