NYC asked for designs for new payphones, and got an array of ideas that could make the city's streets look like something out of a sci-fi movie.
Tech gets dressed up at Fashion Week in New York City.
New York City's transit system is one of the oldest in the world and for the first time in 60 years, a new subway line is getting built to ease congestion on the other lines. What does building a new subway deep below New York City look like? The Gothamist's Jake Dobkin has some eye-popping photos. Let's take a look.
Like airplanes, the NYC subway has long been a place where you got some respite from hearing other people talk on the phone. But that won't be the case for long, as a few stations will soon get cell service as a test before more widespread deployment.
Bike share programs have popped up in a number of cities across the US in the past few years, but none as big or as well-suited for biking as NYC. But that'll change next year when the city gets 10,000 bikes for sharing spread across it.
Sick of searching for quarters when you need to feed a parking meter? NYC is set to test out a new system that would allow you to pay for street parking using a smartphone app.
In the heat of summer, many New Yorkers fantasize about swimming in the East River, but none will do so due to how straight-up disgusting the water in the East River is. But a new project aims to change that.
According to a new survey taken by laser-equipped planes, solar panels on rooftops could provide nearly half of NYC's energy needs. If only installing them was easier and cheaper.
A new rumor has Apple planning to build it's largest store in the world in New York's Grand Central Station, beating out London's current record holder with a store over 16,000 square feet in size.
See that shiny tower right in the middle there? That's the proposed 15 Penn Plaza, a skyscraper that would rival the Empire State Building in height. What's worse, it wants to occupy the same space as the Empire State, which has caused quite a ruckus.