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Research says your cat might be thinking about killing you? Really?

Technically Incorrect: Research from the University of Edinburgh and the Bronx Zoo suggests that cats have personalities similar to those of African lions. Some suggest this means your cat wants to be rid of you.

By October 31, 2015


Sprint finally brings 4G LTE to New York -- sort of

Brooklyn and Bronx residents officially have 4G LTE, but the rest of New York is still left hanging.

By July 24, 2013


Sprint dishes on its 4G roll out and finally coming to New York

Sprint talks about why it's taken so long to get LTE up and running and why only Brooklyn and Bronx have been lit up.

By July 23, 2013


Man jumps on tracks to get cell phone, killed by train

Eyewitnesses say that a 22-year-old man jumped down onto the subway tracks in the Bronx after dropping his cell phone. A train strikes him.

By June 2, 2013


In half-baked phone theft, thief slips, posts pot shot of self on victim's Facebook page

Police say a Bronx man stole a woman's cell phone then inadvertently posted to her Facebook page a picture of himself smoking pot. She had set her phone to automatically post all photos to the social network.

By March 9, 2013


Parents appalled that school principal is sexy YouTube rapper

A Bronx junior high school principal is reportedly also El Siki, an Internet rapper who, well, parties.

By February 9, 2013


School shows off its laptop surveillance tactics

PBS "Frontline" footage shows a Bronx school assistant principal spying on students as they use the Webcams of their school-issued laptops. He seems to think nothing of it.

By February 26, 2010


LendingTree sued over data breach

Bronx man sues LendingTree for negligence after security breach exposes his personal data and affects his credit history.

By May 22, 2008


Yahoo's ice cream offer runs hot and cold

Yahoo's free Baskin-Robbins ice cream birthday bash played to a sellout crowd in Silicon Valley, but was a bust in the Bronx.

By March 3, 2005


Short Take: Level 3 to build out Big Apple

Level 3 Communications, an IP-based telecommunications carrier, has received approval from New York City to build a fiber optic network in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, and Queens. The New York network will serve as a gateway linking Level 3's planned 16,000 mile U.S. network with its European network. Level 3 currently offers service in 17 U.S. cities in addition to London and Frankfurt, Germany.

February 9, 1999