The food delivery service isn't just for lower Manhattan and Brooklyn residents anymore.
Catch up on what's going on in your neighborhood with some help from your smartphone.
Families and friends can schedule hour-long chats with incarcerated loved ones at city libraries.
Netflix's new download feature means you can watch on the app while offline on your phone or tablet.
The new sunglasses called "Spectacles" allows the user to record video with the push of a button.
Beginning on Dec. 1, Stuy Town residents will be able to toss organic waste in specially marked bins.
Three plants in western Queens create more than half of the city's power, according to a local lawmaker.
The stations were installed along Fulton Street this week, LinkNYC representatives said.
The immersive films include short pieces by the directors of "The Bourne Identity" and "Madagascar."
Saturday marked the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy's devastating blow to New York City.
As the fourth anniversary of Sandy arrives, resiliency in flood-prone Red Hook remains a concern.
OK, it's actually a promotion for a new National Geographic show, but the exhibit is still pretty cool.
"Red Hook WaterStories 1.0" launched in time for the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.
Roger and Jeff Flores said they're hoping to ease the MTA commuting experience with their Metroki app.
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