Hilton data breaches lead to $700,000 penalty
The company has also agreed to strengthen its information security systems.
New York City ordered to share code for DNA evidence software
It's an all too rare instance of accountability in law enforcement tech.
GM aims to be the first to test self-driving cars in New York City
The company is applying to conduct tests in Manhattan early next year.
Ford’s Chariot rideshare service expands to New York City
The crowdsourced shuttle service wants to ease commuter congestion
Take HomeKit devices for a spin at a handful of Apple Stores
Try before you buy.
Charmin's ‘Van-Go’ is the on-demand toilet NYC deserves
Come, poop on a minibus with "Black-ish" star Anthony Anderson.
New York is reviewing its voting infrastructure to avoid hacks
No evidence of tampering in the last election, but just to be sure before the next...
Audi teases self-parking A8 ahead of launch
The march to full autonomy continues with parking and testing in NY.
New York forces smart lock maker to improve its security
The New York Attorney General's office settled with Safetech to provide better security for its smart locks.