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Former New York City technology chief Miguel Gamiño joins Mastercard

by • 9 months ago

Gamiño will be the multinational financial services corporation's new head of city partnerships.

NYC technology chief Miguel Gamiño parts from public service

by • 10 months ago

He says his next venture will bring ideas of civic technology, human-centered design, and culture to cities around the world.

Three 5G wireless firms compete to bring service to NYC's Governors Island

by • 12 months ago

The companies have been names as contestants in a moonshot program led by the city's technology and innovation teams.

NYC wants a way to sniff out net neutrality violators

by • 12 months ago

The city's technology office is asking industry for help holding internet service providers accountable to principles of equal access and content neutrality.

NYC fills smart city advisory council with leaders from Ford, Google, Microsoft and others

by • 1 year ago

Twenty-two leaders from private technology companies and community groups will advise on smart city projects spanning from "drones to blockchain."

Universal broadband: New York City announces search for partners

by • 1 year ago

The local government plans to bring high-speed internet to every home and business in the city by 2025.

NYCx effort will be New York’s next pipeline for smart city innovation

by • 1 year ago

Mayor Bill de Blasio has pulled back the curtain on NYCx, a civic tech initiative that will test smart city solutions through startup collaboration.

NYC launches smart city youth education program under innovation lab

by • 2 years ago

New smart city workshops, demos and digital skills courses are coming for youth in Brooklyn courtesy of the city's new Neighborhood Innovation Lab.

Fragmented but not broken: America's smart cities bind together

by • 2 years ago

A disjointed marketplace and immature regulatory environment make the technologist's pursuit of a futuristic smart city complicated, but leadership from the nation's top smart cities and organizations is forging a path forward.

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