New York criminalizes the use of ticket-buying bots
The law's aim is to end the "frustrating" buying experience for New Yorkers.
New York votes to ban ads for whole apartments on Airbnb
The decision puts teeth into existing law protecting residents against illegal hotels.
New York votes to legalize daily fantasy sports games
DraftKings and FanDuel may come back if the governor signs a bill into law.
NY Attorney General tells TWC its broadband is 'abysmal'
New York customers submitted their speed test results, and they weren't good.
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 drivers in New York State begin to organize
While not a union, it can lobby for and protect its 1,000 members.
Feds scrap Apple lawsuit in New York
Apparently, "someone" provided them the passcode needed to access a Brooklyn drug deal's iPhone.