Projects include a mouth guard that tracks the temperature of football players at risk for heat stress.
And other things we learned from a study of floral sales data from Flowers.com.
Explore the NYPL's 187,000 digitized images with a click of a cat-with-hearts-in-eyes.
Peak demand for power reached an all-time high Saturday, Con Edison said.
Know when a local boutique is marking down prices or when a seat opens up at your favorite eatery.
The first five kiosks have been installed along Queens Boulevard.
The decades-old computer-service center on West 23rd Street is closing on Aug. 15.
Four college students launched Prepp at New York University.
The Department of Sanitation will host events to dispose of hazardous household waste in each borough.
City residents and the National Federation of the Blind have filed a lawsuit against the city.
Wish you had a subway station right outside your building? Now you can build a virtual one.
Give us your huddled masses yearning to breathe free — and complain — because we know this season sucks.
Rentlogic rates buildings on the overall quality of their property, using reams of city data.
The NYPD is seeking public input on its body camera policy.
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