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Nokia to bring NFC to New York commuters

10/27/2011, If you ever wanted a reason to get your hands on a Nokia device, the Finnish company has entered into an agreement with the New York Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) to develop an NFC-based ticketing solution, whose pilot program is expected to make...

New York has the most Twitter users among cities

10/06/2011, The city of New York has broken yet another record – this time around, Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey announced that New York City alone contains more Twitter users within its walls compared to any other city in the world – while...

Restaurant in New York completely replaces menus with iPad 2

08/23/2011, Donā€™t you just hate it when you go to a restaurant, place your order with the waiter, and after emphatically conveying to the waiter three times that you do not want parsley in your salad, it comes covered with the stuff?

AT&T to throw Wi-Fi blanket in 20 New York City parks

06/10/2011, AT&T intends to blanket up to 20 of New York City’s parks with Wi-Fi connectivity – not that we’re complaining, of course, but hopefully what AT&T has in store will be able to work as promised or intended. Currently, there are...

AT&T rumored to launch LTE network in June

05/13/2011, If rumors hold true, it looks like we’ll have one more LTE carrier to join the scene at the end of next month. According to the folks at IntoMobile, a trusted source has advised them that AT&T’s LTE network will be launching in June....

New York City makes good use of landfills

04/21/2011, New York City is also in on the green revolution, and has decided to make hay while the sun literally shines, except that this time around, replace the word “hay” with “electricity” and you will probably have a hint of where...

Starbucks Stores In New York Now Accepting Mobile Payments

10/25/2010, Starbucks-addicts in New York should be happy to hear that the coffee company has seen enough success with its Starbucks Card Mobile payment program to extend the program to nearly 300 company-operated stores in New York City and Long Island. The pilot...

iPhone trumps in Bay Area, BlackBerry is king in New York

08/08/2010, The Retrevo Gadget Census, a report done by Sunnyvale’s Retrevo Inc., has coughed up some pretty interesting nuggets of trivia for gadget lovers, especially those who deal with smartphones. For example, the Bay Area sees no competitor near the...

Empire State Building set to go green

07/29/2010, The Empire State Building has been quite the landmark in New York city for many decades already, and will continue to be for a long time to come, we believe. It seems that its owners, Malkin Holdings, will be turning it into an official green building...

Free Wi-Fi In NYC Thanks To Time Warner Cable

03/25/2010, Time Warner Cable subscribers who live in New York City have something to be happy about. The company has launched its free Wi-Fi service for all of its 1 million subscribers in New York City. From Thursday, Time Warner Cable subscribers who are based in...

Nokia to close Chicago and New York Flagship stores

12/09/2009, Guess Nokia’s London flagship store isn’t the only one that will close shop – Chicago and New York flagship stores will also shut down three years after they opened back in 2006. Guess there will be a bunch of disgruntled workers who...