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New York solicits taxicab tech ideas

The general public, as well as companies in the technology and taxicab industries, are asked for their two cents on how the city can improve taxi services with tech.

By April 16, 2009

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Photos: Techy European Transit to replace NY taxicabs?

Ford may eventually scrap the legendary Crown Victoria yellow taxi for a modified European Transit van that's more efficient and high-tech

7 Images By April 14, 2009

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Digital City 90: Free Wi-Fi hits Chicago; best free iPad comics; and win this Mafia II gun lamp

On this week's episode of the Digital City video podcast, municipal Wi-Fi comes to Chicago thanks to AT&T, but at the same time, New York suffers a partial Verizon outage. We take on New York's annoying taxicab TV screens and present a quick tour of some of the best free comic books available for Apple's iPad.

By July 26, 2010

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Ep. 90: Free Wi-Fi hits Chicago; best free iPad comics; and win this Mafia II gun lamp

On this week's episode, municipal Wi-Fi comes to Chicago thanks to AT&T, but at the same time, New York suffers a partial Verizon outage. We take on New York's annoying taxicab TV screens and the AMOLED display shortage currently affecting mobile phone manufacturers, then take a quick tour of some of the best free comic books available for Apple's iPad.

By July 27, 2010

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Short Take: Yahoo puts Net access in taxis

Yahoo, Luxor Cab, and the San Francisco Taxicab Commission introduced the world's first taxi fortified with Yahoo Web access. Purple and yellow Yahoo-wrapped taxis have hit San Francisco streets, giving passengers Web access via a laptop computer from NEC Computer Systems Division and a wireless modem from Ricochet. Passengers can access all of Yahoo's services, including auctions, email, instant messaging, and news content, for no additional fee.

September 24, 1999