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A Crime-Fighting Robot That Looks Like R2-D2 is Patrolling 10th Avenue

Knightscope, which designed the robot, was in town as part of an investment tour for its mini-IPO.

Fort Greene »

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

Bed-Stuy »

Benefit Kitchen lets users know if they're eligible for savings on utilities and programs like SNAP.

Midtown »

Cellphone and Internet service will be provided at every station, officials said. 

Columbus Circle »

The online retailing giant already has brick-and-mortar shops in Seattle, San Diego and Portland.

Crown Heights »

The roll-out in 278 underground stations is on track to be completed Dec. 31, the agency says.

Brownsville »

The officer posted a photo on Snapchat of a handcuffed Brooklyn family, police said.

West Harlem »

Share this history lesson with your kids while they unwrap their holiday gifts this year.

SoHo »

Google is handing out phone "sweaters" designed by artists.

Times Square & Theater District »

Nearly 7,000 DNAinfo readers picked their favorite seats on the city's trains. Here's what we learned.

Rego Park »

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

Long Island City »

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

East Village »

A new initiative is providing solar technology to affordable housing providers at a low cost.

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