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New York State just needs its governor's signature before the Fair Repair bill becomes law. It enables anyone to repair their devices and ensures manufacturers provide parts and software.
Microsoft has disclosed details of three cases where it fought secrecy orders issued by the U.S. government accessing customer data. The orders came from federal courts in Maryland and New York.
Uber has announced that users in New York can make donations to help restaurants. It will also match donations and put the money into the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund, which will help couriers.
Uber has launched a new feature called 'Make My Train' which allows you to book trains on two lines and arrive there on time all from within the Uber app, which will help to lower stress levels.
The state of New York has announced that Netflix is opening a new production hub in New York City, including an expanded office that will create 127 "high-paying" jobs in the region.
A new report indicates that the online retail giant is reconsidering its plans to open headquarters in New York. The project has been facing strong opposition from some politicians.
Apple has announced a new Activity Challenge which will take place later this month. It is being used to promote Heart Month which brings attention to heart health and the importance of exercise.
The Mountain View company has revealed its plans to open a new campus in New York, Google Hudson Square, which will have an area of 1.7 million square feet and represent a $1 billion investment
Google could hire 10,000 or more workers in New York in the coming years as insiders reveal that it has almost completed a deal to buy or lease 1.3 million-square-feet of additional office space.
A new report suggests that Amazon's search of a home for its second headquarters may actually benefit two cities instead of one, with the company dividing the office between them.
New York has made quite a statement, as it revoked the approval of the Spectrum merger, forcing the company to cease operations in the state. The state is also seeking $3 million in penalties.
Amazon has announced plans to open up a 855,000 square-foot fulfilment centre which will create 2,250 new, full-time jobs. The jobs include healthcare and maternity leave, plus other benefits.
Major cities around the world are reportedly banding together in an effort to use their size and market power to bring Airbnb, Uber and other "charing economy" companies to the negotiating table.
Smartphone manufacturers face potentially massive fines if they do not decrypt or unlock phones when requested by law enforcement authorities under a proposed bill in New York state.
Microsoft has said that its new flagship stores in Sydney and New York City will open in the next few weeks, and published artists' impressions showing what the new retail locations will look like.
"We need to talk," says Motorola. "It's not you. It's your phone." Make of that what you will, but the company promises "a better mobile relationship" will begin with its launch events on July 28.
In the US trial against Mr. Ulbricht, prosecutors have stated that the alleged creator and operator of the Silk Road underground market operated like a traditional drug lord.
NYC is looking to build a public Wi-Fi infrastructure with gigabit speeds in 2015. The project will supposedly be funded by advertising revenue and the first hotspots will be operational next year.
Google has donated 1 million US dollars to New York for the purpose of free WiFi hotspot rentals at libraries around the city. Around 10,000 hotspots will be made available as a result.
Microsoft has confirmed that it will open a "flagship store" in New York City, promising that it will be "much more than just a Microsoft Store", including an "experiential space" for customers.
Microsoft is rumored to be opening up a new Store in New York City. According to unnamed sources, this new downtown location will be on 5th Avenue, close to Apple's iconic glass cube.
HTC has sent out invitations to a press event in New York next month, and all indications point to it being the launch event for the long-awaited Windows Phone version of its One M8 Android handset.
Every time Apple announces a product, technology fanatics are willing to line up for weeks before the launch. This time, fans have been spotted lining up before anything has even been announced.
London is the latest major city to join the Secure our Smartphones alliance in an effort to curb smartphone theft. The SOS is working with industry players to create deterrents for smartphone theft.
Google's hunt for new Explorers with Glass is over. While the contest ran during February, the company has only begun to send out invitations to join the Explorer Program via Google+ today.
New York City narrowly missed out on lower crime than in 2011, with the theft of Apple devices being just enough to push the famous city over a potential record for decreasing crime levels.
Microsoft has launched a Windows 8 promotion that offers residents in New York City and San Francisco free access to WiFi hotspots from provider Boingo from now until the end of 2012.
With more than a month left to go, the internet has decided that Nikola Tesla had better get a museum in his honor, providing the cause with close to a million of the 1.7 million dollars needed.
The ESA trade group will be making an announcement related to where and when the 2013 edition of the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show will be held on Monday.
Martin Scorsese has appeared in an advert promoting Apple's Siri voice assistant software, with the famed director appearing in his natural environment of New York.
A bill proposed in both chambers of the New York State Legislature aims to target cyber-bullying by banning anonymous comments on websites, blogs, forums and social networks.
A NY State Court ruled that merely viewing child porn on the web can't be considered as a crime. The defendant conviction still stands because of image file found on his computer's hard disk.
Microsoft is hold a Hotmail specific event in NY and SF on October 3. It appears that Microsoft is looking to relaunch the service and will announce all new updates on October 3.
Sony continues to be taken to task by government representatives over the cyber attacks on the Playstation Network. Bloomberg reports via unnamed sources that the latest such group to enter the fray is the New...
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Microsoft is expected to kick start the launch of Windows Phone 7 devices at a New York launch event on October 11, according to reports. UK tech blog Pocket Lint reports that the software giant will...
A New York newspaper has discovered that a man in the suburb of Wellsvile, by the name of Paul D. Ceglia may own a 85% share of Facebook, in return for web design he did...
AT&T will give New Yorkers fumbling around for decent 3G coverage in the crowded city a nice gift today. Engadget reports that AT&T is expected to announce their first free outdoor WiFi hotspot later today....
A new public school is to open in New York next month, which will use video games and software packages such as LittleBigPlanet and Maya to teach its pupils, as well as board and card...