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Examples of other operators follow:
Crime Is Up and Bloomberg Blames iPhone Thieves
— Hold onto your iPhones! — Crime in New York City inched up this year, and Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on Friday fingered the culprit: too many iPhones and iPads were being swiped. — A rise in thefts of shiny Apple products accounted …
Phone Carriers Sign On to Bring Service to Subways
— Cellphone service in the subways: it's coming. Eventually. To a few stations. As long as, you know, all goes as planned. — Forgive us for the skepticism. Off The Rails has seen many attempts over the years to bring more yammering …
City Explores Deal With Google to Digitize Tax Photos
— In a move aimed at increasing the sale of prints from its collection of old tax photographs, New York City is exploring a deal with Google to digitize part of the collection in exchange for the right to use the images on the company's searchable maps.
City Invites Software Developers to Crunch Big Data Sets
— In an effort to improve government transparency and accountability and stimulate development of the digital media industry, New York City is inviting software developers and related professionals this fall to develop applications …
F.T.C. Cracks Down on Car-Warranty Robocalls
— The Federal Trade Commission filed complaints on Thursday against two companies that were behind an automated telemarketing campaign that enraged Senator Charles E. Schumer and, authorities say, deceived thousands of people across the country.
State Pulls Plug on Wireless Network
— After years of delays and numerous technological snags, Gov. David A. Paterson's administration has canceled a $2.1 billion contract to build a statewide wireless network for emergency workers. — Melanie Mayberry-Stewart, the state's chief technological officer …
A Windows-Based Bar Exam Policy: No Macs Allowed
— The rumor mill about bar exam horrors chugged steadily in June and July as thousands of recent law school graduates prepared for the grueling New York State Bar Examination. — Today and Wednesday, test takers will sit for hours …
Google Expands Its New York Footprint
— Sergey Brin, Google's co-founder, and Senator Charles E. Schumer joined hands on a large pair of scissors on Monday to cut the ribbon on Google's new 50,000-square-foot offices in Chelsea Market, an expansion of their half-million square feet across the street on Eighth Avenue.
Explore 3 futuristic Microsoft hardware labs — Explore a few of Microsoft's mind-blowing hardware labs, where a brilliant, diverse and cross-disciplinary cast of scientists make essential contributions to devices of today and tomorrow.
CEO Fraud: A First Hand Encounter — “CEO Fraud” is a sophisticated social engineering attempt to swindle money from companies — and it's working. The FBI reports that over 7,000 victims have lost $750 million in the last 2 years from this scam.