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Who's up and who's down in tech this week?
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk in March 2020.
The Tesla CEO said he could produce ventilators to help fill a nationwide shortage. Will he actually follow through?
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Access-A-Ride ends shared trips due to the coronavirus.
The coronavirus has lead to an end in shared ride-hail app and Access-A-Ride trips.
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Gig workers are left behind in worker protection legislation for the coronavirus.
Cuomo punted the gig worker debate to a task force, but some want the state to provide relief for gig workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza on Monday, March 16.
With the help of Apple, T-Mobile, Charter and more, city schools are going virtual, but some say the transition is too little, too late.
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Eric Kinariwala
First Read Tech talks to the CEO of Capsule, Eric Kinariwala.
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The normally bustling Fulton Center seen nearly empty on Monday, March 16th.
Restaurants, theaters and tourism will take a hit from coronavirus. Here’s what the city and state could do to blunt its impact.
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NYPD announces public guidelines for facial recognition technology usage.
In an effort to increase transparency the NYPD released public guidelines on facial recognition usage.
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City & State recognizes 50 of the most influential people overseeing the technological transformations in New York.
Changing the way New York government works.
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City & State recognizes 50 of the most influential people overseeing the technological transformations in New York.
Changing the way New York government works.
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