Cuomo’s State of the State proposals show what he is thinking about proactively when it comes to technology.
Ahead of his State of the State address, Cuomo has unveiled a slew of proposals with technology impacts
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First Read Tech turns one!
Celebrating First Read Tech's inaugural year.
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NYPD security cameras are in place across NYC.
An escalation with Iran has left the country on alert for cyberattacks – and New York is no exception.
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Uber driver in New York City.
New York City Council considering legislation to discourage drivers from cruising without passengers.
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A close-up of a dollar.
Three experts talk about the next steps the state should take.
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Broadband cable drums.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the bill was “well-intentioned” but that it would be too expensive to complete.
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Lime e-bikes outside of the Empire Outlets mall in Staten Island.
E-bike advocates are pushing back after Gov. Andrew Cuomo vetoes a bill to legalize e-bikes and e-scooters.
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Hector Figueroa, discussing the New York Fast Food Wage Board's recommendation for a $15 per hour minimum wage in 2015.
Saying goodbye to the political figures New York lost this year.
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Congressional candidate Paperboy Love Prince.
A look back at some of our memorable back-and-forths with lawmakers, candidates and experts.
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Is presidential candidate Andrew Yang the Tech Winner of the year?
From New York’s longest standing Democratic presidential contender to the billionaire who couldn’t hack it in Queens, here are the year’s biggest tech winners and losers.
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