Tech reporter Rick Karr finds that creativity is what distinguishes New York technologists from their colleagues in Silicon Valley.
Today, nanotechnology is becoming more important because of the discoveries and inventions made by scientists are beginning to make their way into products used in everyday life.
One in three American teens use social media on a daily basis, a figure that should stress the importance of adult supervision, according to a new report.
Per Scholas Institute for Technology in the South Bronx provides a no-cost IT training program to help low-income individuals get entry-level office jobs.
The NYC Economic Development Corporation president describes the tech economy’s growth and how to prevent another tech bubble burst. See interactive timeline.
Five initiatives aim to improve broadband in emerging high-tech areas, bring broadband to industrial zones, and improve access for residents through mobile platforms.
For the World Science Festival, MetroTech Center in Downtown Brooklyn was transformed into a vision of the future complete with robot petting zoo and the chance to virtually travel through space.