A battle between Uber and New York City Hall over the rideshare company's expansion in the Big Apple is heating up.
Popular Science reports that a Massachusetts company that makes Wi-Fi-enabled smart trash bins has applied for a grant from the New York City Mayor's Office to install modified receptacles to provide wireless hotspots on city streets.
In the name of safety, a New York City law firm recently created a website that maps all collisions between pedestrians and vehicles in the city going back to 2012.
New York City has invited a group of companies to replace the dated software running its 311 call center, website and mobile apps, with a new, well-integrated system.
On Wednesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced OneNYC, a 332-page document with dozens of policy goals.
Last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a series of moves to close the Big Apple's digital divide.
New Yorkers can access government reports published by all city departments in a new GitHub-based portal.
The New York Daily News reported Wednesday that the New York City government is looking to sell its $500-million Wi-Fi network because of rising costs and low usage.
Although housing permits rebounded in 2014 in the New York area, not all parts of the region have promoted new housing growth equally.
The group Move NY, a coalition of businesses, environmentalists, mass transit advocates, and labor unions, released a comprehensive proposal on Feb. 17 to generate new funds for the Big Apple's bridges, roads, and rails by transforming the city's piecemeal toll system.