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Williamsburg »

Rub elbows with fellow creatives by taking your freelance work out of the coffee shop.

Union Square »

Union Square's Wi-Fi system is expanding to serve 3,000 users at a time.

Chelsea »

Google will offer free WiFi from Gansevoort Street to West 19th Street.

Financial District »

The Downtown Alliance has partnered with law firm WilmerHale to expand WiFi coverage Downtown.

Morningside Heights »

The area around Columbia University is jammed with study spots for students.

Manhattan »

Many parks and plazas advertise free WiFi, but which ones actually work?

Manhattan »

Battery Park and Thomas Jefferson Park already have WiFi. The High Line, Marcus Garvey Park and others soon will.

Manhattan »

Transit Wireless is moving forward with plans to put their pilot WiFi and cellular program on Chelsea subway platforms.

Manhattan »

The new kiosks will serve food and drinks and possibly wine and beer.

Manhattan »

In deal with the city, Time Warner and Cablevision agreed to provide free wireless Internet access in 32 parks.

Manhattan »

Cell Phone and WiFi service are in the works for the city's subway system, but perhaps they should be delayed.

Manhattan »

The MTA's stalled plan to provide WiFi and cell phone service at subway stations is reportedly back on track.

Manhattan »

The new location will feature beer, free Wi-Fi and a 100-seat terrace, in addition to Belgian cuisine.