Harlem Entrepreneurs Work To Win Free Office Space

Silicon Harlem Hackathon August 9, 2015 Harlem Week

Budding entrepreneurs in Harlem have the chance to win up to a year of free office space when Co-working company WeWork opens its first location in the neighborhood. Continue Reading →

Do You Know Kano, Build Your Own Computer And Bring It To Life In Harlem

kano-computing1A computer anyone can make -especially for your kids or students in Harlem. With simple steps and a storybook, build your own computer and bring it to life. For ages 6+ to 60 years of age (no technical skills required). Continue Reading →

Using Technology To Help Spark Collaboration In The Workplace

Happy business people sitting around the table at the meeting

Most businesses from Harlem to Harare recognize that employee collaboration is a must for a productive and efficient workplace. Continue Reading →

Google Comes To Harlem, Oakland … To Reach The Future (Update)

636113542140386483-code-next-2Google is opening tech labs in Oakland, Calif., and Harlem to build bridges to underserved communities as it seeks the next generation of African-American and Latino computer scientists. Continue Reading →

Harlem, If You Have An Yahoo E-Mail Account, The Government Spied On You

3997Yahoo last year secretly built a custom software program to search all of its customers’ incoming emails for specific information provided by US intelligence officials, sources have told Reuters. Continue Reading →

Join The Broadband Matters! Silicon Harlem Conference 2016

silicon harlem conference 2016Over 250 Technology and Media professionals from both the private and public sector join together to envision the technological future of urban markets. Continue Reading →

It’s Back, HBA’s Disrupt Harlem Code Squad Returns

disrupt in harlemHarlem Business Alliance’s STEM & Entrepreneurship program connects Harlem’s young adults to the NYC tech industry. After 11 weeks, participants learn how to code and design a web app of their own creation.
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CVS Will Let You Pay For Prescriptions With Your Phone From Harlem To Hollywood

cvs in harlem4With Harlem having a number of CVS Pharmacy stores, CVS made a name for itself by the disabling of Android Pay and Apple Pay at its pharmacies from Harlem to Hollywood. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Clayton Banks Talks Harlem Future On Salon

silicon harlemSalon’s Carrie Sheffield sat down with Silicon Harlem founder Clayton Banks on Monday for a Facebook Live discussion about the unique gentrification infecting Harlem, New York.
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NYC’s WiFi Kiosks Aren’t Accessible to the Blind, New Lawsuit Claims

LinkNYC-777x776A disability rights group filed a complaint Thursday against the city for creating WiFi kiosks across the city that are inaccessible to the blind. Theis gradually installing 7,500 kiosks across the five boroughs in place of old pay phones, but the nonprofit Disability Rights Advocates says blind people are unable to use them. Continue Reading →