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Show Software Who’s The Boss At Hardware Alley At Disrupt 2014 In New York

whos-the-boss Ayy! Angelar! How about you bring some of your hardware to New York and show it off to some amazing people? Still crowdfunding? Not a problem. We take all kinds at Hardware Alley in New York! What is Hardware Alley? It’s a celebration of hardware startups (and other cool gear makers) that features everything from robotic drones to 3D printers. We try to bring in an eclectic mix of amazing… Read More

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Show Software Who’s The Boss At Hardware Alley At Disrupt 2014 In New York

whos-the-boss Ayy! Angelar! How about you bring some of your hardware to New York and show it off to some amazing people? Still crowdfunding? Not a problem. We take all kinds at Hardware Alley in New York! What is Hardware Alley? It’s a celebration of hardware startups (and other cool gear makers) that features everything from robotic drones to 3D printers. We try to bring in an eclectic mix of amazing… Read More

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Show Software Who’s The Boss At Hardware Alley At Disrupt 2014 In New York

whos-the-boss Ayy! Angelar! How about you bring some of your hardware to New York and show it off to some amazing people? Still crowdfunding? Not a problem. We take all kinds at Hardware Alley in New York! What is Hardware Alley? It’s a celebration of hardware startups (and other cool gear makers) that features everything from robotic drones to 3D printers. We try to bring in an eclectic mix of amazing… Read More

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Show Software Who’s The Boss At Hardware Alley At Disrupt 2014 In New York

whos-the-boss Ayy! Angelar! How about you bring some of your hardware to New York and show it off to some amazing people? Still crowdfunding? Not a problem. We take all kinds at Hardware Alley in New York! What is Hardware Alley? It’s a celebration of hardware startups (and other cool gear makers) that features everything from robotic drones to 3D printers. We try to bring in an eclectic mix of amazing… Read More

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Rent a New York City apartment by the hour for… well, it’s up to you

Sometimes, New York City can be unbearable. Sometimes, you just need a break. Breather wants to offer you that break, in a variety of “beautiful, practical spaces” that are available by the hour. Think of it like a rentable, temporary office. Sound…

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New York City police install 200 security cameras to guard against Super Bowl terrorism

New York City police commissioner Ray “Get Used to It” Kelly is out of office, but the department’s zeal for surveillance persists. Police have installed 200 temporary security cameras around midtown Manhattan in order to guard against terrorism during the city’s Super Bowl activities, reports the Associated Press.

The department has plenty of experience with events that draw large crowds, including New Year’s Eve in the same area. Police used a similar strategy during the New York City marathon when they covered the finish line with cameras.

The temporary cameras will supplement thousands of permanent ones

The temporary cameras will supplement the thousands of permanent ones the department already monitors as part of its “Domain…

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New York City police install 200 security cameras to guard against Super Bowl terrorism

New York City police commissioner Ray “Get Used to It” Kelly is out of office, but the department’s zeal for surveillance persists. Police have installed 200 temporary security cameras around midtown Manhattan in order to guard against terrorism during the city’s Super Bowl activities, reports the Associated Press.

The department has plenty of experience with events that draw large crowds, including New Year’s Eve in the same area. Police used a similar strategy during the New York City marathon when they covered the finish line with cameras.

The temporary cameras will supplement thousands of permanent ones

The temporary cameras will supplement the thousands of permanent ones the department already monitors as part of its “Domain…

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New York City mayor plans to outlaw iconic horse carriages

New York’s new Mayor, Bill de Blasio, wants to remove horse-drawn carriages from the city. In a news conference held before he took office, de Blasio said that he planned to “get rid of the horse carriages, period,” calling them “inhumane” and “not appropriate for the year 2014.” A petition signed by more than 4,500 people called for the horses to be replaced by electric replicas of vintage cars, something de Blasio called “a cleaner, safer, wiser, more humane alternative that will be very appealing to tourists.”

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Apple hires lead ‘New York Times Magazine’ designer for marketing

The designer behind The New York Times Magazine‘s distinctive style and covers is heading to Apple. In an interview with Mediabistro, Arem Duplessis — the design director for all Times magazines — says that after 10 years with The New York Times Magazine, he’ll begin working as a creative director at Apple in February. Duplessis will be working with Apple’s internal marketing team, which Ad Age reported in September was a new area of focus for the company. Apple is reportedly interested in expanding the department by up to twice its size, and is particularly interested in finding established designers and advertisers to fill high-level positions.

While it’s not clear what exactly Duplessis will be doing at Apple, Ad Age reports…

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New York State considers licensing Bitcoin traders

On Friday, the New York State Department of Financial Services announced it will be holding a public hearing on virtual currency regulation, specifically considering whether a certification called “BitLicense” might help manage the spread of online currencies like Bitcoin. The new license would require consumer protection services, as well as anti-money laundering requirements, designed to make the currency less useful in cases of fraud and criminal activity.

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