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Google's Field Trip provides walking tours for Android devices.
Getting a book deal seems to be the sign that a blog or new-media outlet has "made it." There is no guarantee, however, that online content in paperback form will actually sell.
Mobile social start-up combines "geo" networking with Yelp-like reviews, and says partnerships and new investments will help it climb above the fray.
New York City will become a digital-media paradise from June 3 to 10, thanks to the mayor's office and the organizers of the annual Webby Awards.
Still struggling to gain critical mass, the small wireless carrier launches an ambitious events and entertainment search feature and hopes to add GPS functionality soon.
The latest e-mail list to hit New York's new-media scene, promising "a sassier shade of green," debuts in carbon-neutral style.
New York has good reason, finally, to celebrate its tech week: the geek scene is reaching critical mass.
A look at the SoHo restaurant that's home to way too many blogger happy hours.
Flavorpill throws a party at the Rose Center for Earth and Space (News gallery teaser).
As a tech conference comes to town, the Big Apple's cyber-crowd lays claim to its own geek credentials. Photos: New York gets a mini Googleplex