NYC will accept Google Pay on some subway and bus routes
It's part of a Google pilot test starting on May 31st.
US conducts criminal investigation into Facebook's data deals
Facebook says it's cooperating.
Following backlash, Amazon might back out of New York-based HQ 2 plans
Some prominent politicians and residents have rallied against the project.
Lyft agrees to pay its drivers the minimum wage in New York
It could raise pay by up to $9,600 per year, the group's union said.
New York investigates Apple's Group FaceTime privacy bug
It wants to know why Apple took as long as it did to address the issue.
Judge blocks NYC law requiring Airbnb to share host data
He placed an injunction on the law while litigation is pursued.
New York sets tougher standards for marketing internet speeds
ISPs will have to prove they can deliver the performance they claim.
Sprint will pay New York $330 million over unpaid taxes
The state says Sprint avoided collecting taxes for cellphone plans.
Charter agrees to $174 million settlement for poor service in New York
The company will pay $62.5 million in direct refunds to customers.