New York state’s attorney general asked smartphone makers on Monday to do more to protect consumers from violent street crimes known as “Apple picking,” or cellphone thefts.
Google has set up a “Person Finder” especially for those trying to find out about their loved-ones in the wake of the Boston Marathon explosions.
President Barack Obama wants to know what you thought of the State of the Union address.
Authorities say the inventor of a computer virus that infiltrated a million computers worldwide and opened the door for the theft of at least $50 million has pleaded guilty to federal charges in New York.
The Wi-Fi zone covers Gansevoort Street and 19th Street from Eighth Avenue to the West Side Highway, including the Chelsea Triangle, 14th Street Park and Gansevoort Plaza.
Google’s stock plunged after it released its third-quarter earnings report early, apparently by mistake.
Self-driving cars may sound like science fiction to some people, but in reality they have already arrived and their innovative features are sending the cars of today speeding towards a high-tech future.
A new Google app is helping New Yorkers discover some famous wonders in our own backyard.
In conjunction with Google, Mashable, Tumblr and other tech sites, the Department of Small Business Services and NYC Digital has announced it’ll offer free web courses to small business owners to help them be more competitive with larger companies.
Whenever you download an app, do a search on Google or even play a game on your cell phone, you’re putting your personal information at risk.
Google’s “Project Glass” eyewear is being designed to be capable of providing turn-by-turn directions, alerting the wearer to incoming emails, notifying you if friends are nearby, taking photos and video chatting.
Google will put aside 22,000 square feet of office space for the new CornellNYC Tech program starting this July.
The company has unveiled “Project Glass.” It has in mind building glasses that essentially function as a heads-up display.
Yielding to strong opposition from the high tech community, Senate and House leaders said Friday they will put off further action on legislation to combat online piracy.
Did you notice that big black box on Google’s homepage on Wednesday? And what happened to Wikipedia? They were part of an online protest that spilled into the streets of Manhattan.