Today's double-feature episode features stories about a tiny mirror accessory that turns your iPhone into a creepshots factory, cell service coming to MTA subways in New York, a crowdsourced dream database app, and an interview with "Parks and Recreation's" Jim O'Heir!
Today's double-feature episode features stories about a tiny mirror accessory that turns your iPhone into a creepshots factory, cell service coming to MTA subways in New York, a crowdsourced dream database app, and an interview with Jim O'Heir from "Parks and Recreation"!
This week, we take a look at high-tech goings-on at the MTA (the agency that runs NYC's subways and buses), including an explanation about how those Metrocard readers work (or don't work. as the case may be) and why the agency is suddenly opening its data feeds to app makers.
This week, we find out why your Metrocard never works, applaud the MTA for releasing datastreams to app-makers; check out the new 13-inch MacBook Pro; and takes sides in the upcoming Supreme Court video game violence case.
Wireless Internet access and cellular service are coming to New York subway stations, but like the Second Avenue subway line, it might be awhile before you can check it out. In the meantime, we're suggesting that the MTA install air conditioners to keep riders from passing out on the platform.
Episode 23 of the Digital City, where we discuss budget troubles at the MTA, Linux on Netbooks, and the Sirius/iPhone connection
This week on the Digital City, we look at the ABC vs. Cablevision fight, check out some high-tech pizza that's hitting NYC, find out why it's taken so long for the MTA to upgrade subway stations, and celebrate that Macs are finally getting Steam games.
As a six-month test, a chunk of the city will be equipped with free public Wi-Fi supported by ad revenue.
Episode 9 of the Digital City -- it's the Post-Black-Friday special, where we discuss the latest economic woes, our holiday wish lists, Black Friday vs. Cyber Monday, the new MTA text alert system, and Blockbuster's lastest idea -- a set-top streaming mov
Is waving better than sliding? Citigroup, MasterCard to test contactless PayPass cards with MTA riders this year.