TechCrunch Disrupt officially kicked off Monday at the Manhattan Center, with hundreds of start-ups presenting their ideas and technologies to some of the best in the business.
Dr. Nancy Cappello launched the Are You Dense campaign after getting a clean mammogram but later learning she had cancer.
A new six-year program is opening up to high school freshmen in Norwalk. This fall, 100 students will be selected as the inaugural class.
A handful of new smartphone apps are allowing people to appear prettier, younger, even thinner in photos.
Growing new muscle could be a huge boon to thousands of soldiers wounded in IED attacks. It could also help accident and trauma victims as well as those injured in sports.
Eleven defendants were indicted by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and arraigned in State Supreme Court later Wednesday on identity theft, fraud, grand larceny and forgery charges.
After nearly two centuries of using paper tickets, the commuter lines are going high tech.
Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said high-technology jobs have been growing four times faster than the rest of the city’s economy the past four years and paid an average 2012 salary of $118,000, about 50 percent higher than the citywide average.
The agency approved an additional $11.3 million contract to speed up the retrofitting of hundreds of Metro-North and LIRR coaches for Positive Train Control.
The transit agency surrendered the number in question in 2008. The phone company apparently reassigned it.
Long Beach Police Commissioner Michael Tangney said more than 60 heavily armed officers went to a home Tuesday after they had received a fake call that someone killed his mother and brother there.
A private architecture firm was conducting a height survey of buildings in Manhattan on Sunday.
The railroad has been beefing up its power supply system since a Con Ed feeder cable blew out in Mount Vernon late last September. Service came to a screeching halt on the New Haven line for nearly two weeks.
The 31-year-old con man in federal custody is currently awaiting sentencing in California for his role in the grandparent scam.
Suffolk is following in the steps of New York City and Nassau County, which have both recently made improvements to their systems.