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Deployable flood walls, basements that act like bathtubs, super-sized generators and other features.
It took less than a second to bring down the 22 million pounds of steel.
Ionyc will provide access to tools and workspace and will be located at a local community center.
New sensors and cameras will scan E-ZPass tags or record a driver's license plate information.
Jose Salcedo is presenting his Latin food delivery app at the first Uptown tech fair on June 3.
"Plastique Deux" will open Friday, featuring works made through thermoforming, a manufacturing process.
New York City's three library systems want an increase to their 10-year, $1 billion capital budget.
The 332 area code will join 212, 917, and 646 in Manhattan, effective June 10.
The startup helps businesses find their "niche" markets to get select feedback from customers.
The devices are being added along Jackson Avenue in LIC and Broadway in Astoria, officials said.
We got a sneak peek at the exhibit that opens to the public on March 20.
Charter is now rolling out the service to "bridge the digital gap," officials say.
The app uses audio and historic photos to explore 15 historic sites in the city.
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