Technology

A magnifying glass looking at the census
The industry has joined Democrats in vocal opposition to the Census 2020 question.
Policy
[type_1]
There's no need to be concerned with facial recognition technology being used in the subways, according to the MTA.
Questions about facial recognition technology are continuing to crop up.
Policy
[type_1]
A Charter Spectrum van parked on the streets of Manhattan.
Charter will pay an additional $12 million to expand broadband in underserved areas.
Policy
[type_1]
Lyft.
The tech company sued New York City to block a new law mandating minimum wage requirements for app-based ride hail drivers.
Policy
[type_1]
Better cell service in the subway may not be that far away.
Transit Wireless announced that it is launching a digital media business and will be offering new products and services to public places and transit systems, including the New York City subway.
Policy
[type_1]
Julie Samuels, executive director of Tech:NYC.
Tech:NYC’s new PAC could signal an eagerness for New York’s growing tech sector to take its voice back.
Policy
[type_1]
The Nissan IMx Kuro electric concept car has an autonomous drive mode.
Autonomous vehicles are getting more advanced. Are they ready for New York?
Policy
[type_1]
A fleet of pedal-assist e-bikes were removed in New York and Washington D.C. after issues were reported.
Policy
[type_1]
A Y2K-like bug  affected the Department of Transportation's remote control of 12,000 traffic lights in New York City.
A Y2K-like bug that caused the shut down over the weekend has generated a lot of criticism.
Policy
[type_1]
Maria Vullo in 2016.
The former superintendent of New York’s Department of Financial Services is FinTech Innovation Lab's new “Regulator-in-Residence”
Policy
[type_1]
20190522