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05.31.16
A 45-year-old New York law is holding up autonomous vehicles
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A 45-year-old New York law is holding up autonomous vehicles

A hands-on-the-wheel rule could be a problem for cars without a steering wheel.

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10.26.15
New York's Attorney General probing state broadband speeds
10.26.15

New York's Attorney General probing state broadband speeds

Are your broadband speeds slower than the tier you pay for? New York's got your back.

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05.02.14
NY State to launch a patient portal that gives residents access to health records
05.02.14

NY State to launch a patient portal that gives residents access to health records

If you've ever wished you had more immediate access to your health records beyond just asking your...

By N. Lee,   05.02.14
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07.02.13
Sprint forced to defend $300 million New York State tax fraud case
07.02.13

Sprint forced to defend $300 million New York State tax fraud case

Sprint's bid to dismiss a $300 million tax suit filed by New York's attorney general has been deni...

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02.10.12
Intel settles antitrust lawsuit with New York attorney general, pays hardly anything
02.10.12

Intel settles antitrust lawsuit with New York attorney general, pays hardly anything

Intel's three-year tussle with the state of New York finally came to an end yesterday, with a settl...

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06.03.11
Beacon Power completing construction of 20-megawatt flywheel plant, the world's largest
06.03.11

Beacon Power completing construction of 20-megawatt flywheel plant, the world's largest

Remember Beacon Power, that startup using 2,800-pound flywheels to cut noxious emissions? Well,...

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09.17.08
NY state inserts RFIDs into licenses; citizens next?
09.17.08

NY state inserts RFIDs into licenses; citizens next?

What can we say about RFIDs that hasn't already made you afraid? Your passport? Clonable. Your work...

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