Definitely a nuisance to anyone in New York City that's attempting to quit smoking by using an e-cigarette, city officials have approved a measure that bans all use of electronic cigarettes in public areas.
Looking for ways to detect when a person has fallen or been pushed onto the subway track, NYC is testing four separate systems that includes technology such as lasers and thermal imaging.
It's hard to know what to make of Banksy's new Instagram account, and his alleged Twitter and Facebook profiles. Whatever his scheme, one thing is certain: He's just as much of a mystery as ever.
Just a reminder: Even if you don't live in NYC, you can still reflect on September 11 at the 9/11 Memorial, thanks to Google Street View. See? Not everything that's happened since 9/11 is all bad.
Well, what did you think was gonna happen when you boast on Instagram about making stacks of dough from illegally selling guns? A Brooklyn-based rapper's stupidity led cops to the largest gun haul in New York's history.
Opened to pedestrians for the first time in nearly 200 years, the Voice Tunnel allows visitors to record their voices and watch as a light translation of those statements boomed across the underground chamber.
In an emailed statement defending NYC Mayor Bloomberg's controversial fingerprint comments, a spokesman may have inadvertently confirmed that the next iPhone will have a fingerprint sensor.
Hamlet. Waiting for Godot. The Glass Menagerie. Texts from Last Night. One of these things is not like the other. Luckily, not everyone thinks the line between live theater and digital low points is all that defined. Allison Goldberg and Jen Jamula are…
Anthony Weiner is not inspiring voter confidence with his bone-headed impulse to sex-message people online - so if you really can't stop yourself, guy, then welcome to all the Internet ways to at least keep things sort of undercover.
For those who weren't able to secure a spot to watch fireworks over New York's Hudson River, the Empire State Building offered its own light show to go along with the pyrotechnics and its soundtrack.
NY City has become the first in the US to get its own domain name. The .nyc rollout, which will take place later in the year, is part of Mayor Bloomberg's long-running plan to establish the East Coast metropolis as "the nation's premier digital city."
New York City's East River is notorious for some historical pollution, but a Kickstarter project vows to create a filtering pool that cleans while letting people recreationally swim.
Museum of Modern Art's Rain Room exhibit lets visitors seemingly walk through the rain without ever getting wet. The secrets are in 3D camera sensors that detect humans and keep them dry wherever they venture.
A New York City art exhibit is transforming public payphones into time machines to transport visitors back to 1993. But you may be surprised to hear how much - or little - has changed.