In a petition filed and signed last week by almost 1/3rd of the State Assembly members, mayors across the state, and a number of State Senate members (and others) to the New York Public Service Commission (PSC), it is asserted that New York City customer phone bills went up 84 percent, while other services went up 132 percent.
AT&T will deploy 25 solar-powered charging stations in different areas of New York City, to be used by all device owners that need a quick charge. Public access is permitted with no regards to carrier or brand.
Due to a major rise in smartphone theft, New York’s Attorney General has summoned several companies for a discussion about implementing a kill switch button into future devices.
It looks like Android just added a new skill to its résumé, fighting crime. Since last summer the NYPD has rolled out roughly 400 handsets equipped with a special Android app designed to find important data quickly.
You’d think the entire NYC was drooling over the S4 prospect by now, given the mighty ad campaign kicked into gear a while ago in Times Square. However, if Apple doesn’t usually like to engage in bitter anti-competition marketing, LG does.
26 hours and some change. That’s all that’s left until HTC will finally put us out of our misery and show the world once and for all if the company is built for greatness.
Google has always been philanthropic and they’re at it again. Partnering with Chelsea Improvement Co, Google is bringing free public WiFi to a Manhattan neighborhood. It’s the largest in New York City.
New York City officials have recently announced that they are beginning to transform payphones in the Big Apple (not the smartphone manufacturer) into touch-screen information kiosks, units that are referred to as “Smart Screens”.
SmartPark JFK—finally, an app that helps provide convenience to JFK travelers. Thanks to the app, Android users can now easily access SmarPark JFK’s parking reservations system even if they are away from their computers. Many have called this app as a revolution to the way travel plans are made. “With customers loving our first smart JFK Airport parking app, the new app was a natural progression. At zero cost to the user, this app is quick and easy to use if you ever need to place a JFK Airport parking reservation from your Smartphone.” Shares Adam Smith, SmartPark JFK’s…