New York says pandemic-tech 'SWAT teams' saved it $14M
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said 7,300 tech-industry workers who volunteered to help the state address its pandemic-induced IT needs have completed about 40 projects.
New York passes bill to review state's broadband offerings
Legislation headed to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's desk would review broadband availability in the state and compare actual speeds with advertised ones.
New York will investigate Twitter hack, Cuomo says
New York will look into how bitcoin scammers took over the accounts of numerous politicians, celebrities and corporations, including cryptocurrency exchanges regulated by the state.
New York adds $55 million to public safety systems upgrade
To bring its emergency communications into the digital era, the state has now directed a total of 00 million.
New York proposes analytics-powered workforce office
A plan introduced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo would fund an office to create new jobs in computer science, clean energy and health technology.
Police drones will monitor traffic at the New York State Fair
In a last-minute announcement, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the technology's first use at the state fair will help keep traffic moving smoothly.
New York on track to bring 'broadband for all' by end of 2018
Despite a recent deadline extension the state says it's on schedule to bring 100 percent broadband connectivity to its residents by the end of next year.
New York orders review of controversial 'Textalyzer' device
The technology would allow police officers to review recent smartphone activity to see if a driver involved in an accident had been texting while driving.
New York confronts hate crimes with text reporting and ,000 bounties
A wave of antisemitism and hate crimes prompts New York to launch a 5 million initiative and text line to protect residents.