New York City rolls out its first WiFi-equipped buses
Internet access is available during your Queens commute.
Open data reveals dodgy NYPD parking ticket practices
New York City police were taking $1.7 million a year from drivers obeying parking laws.
Uber lets New York City drivers organize, with limits
It's not a union, but it gives ridesharing workers more of a voice.
Google and AOL team up to stop tech talent leaving NYC
Tech:NYC will also lobby for a friendlier regulatory environment in the Big Apple.
Uber shuts down its Instant Delivery food service in NYC
'We've decided to narrow our focus.'
New York's NFC payments for public transit are five years away
And that's a conservative estimate.
Computers can tell when you've been drunk tweeting
The University of Rochester developed an algorithm to determine where you're drinking and tweeting from.
NYC's WiFi-equipped buses will debut in Queens this year
The high-tech buses will also have USB charging ports.
Samsung has a new flagship store where you can't buy anything
Though the company certainly wouldn't mind if you left wanting a Galaxy S7.