Mayors From Across The Country Join Mayor de Blasio In Supporting Net-Neutrality Protections

Today, Mayor de Blasio, joined by 11 mayors and city leaders from across the country, signed on to the Cities Open Internet Pledge in coordinated resistance to the federal government’s repeal of net-neutrality protections. Continue Reading →

The Record Breaking LinkNYC From Harlem To Hollis

LinkNYC announced today that the world’s largest and fastest free public Wi-Fi network has added its millionth user less than a year after publicly launching on the streets from Harlem to Hollywood. 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 →

Landmarks Approves LinkNYC Wi-Fi Kiosks For Historic Districts And More

LinkNYC-777x776For a long time, with the proliferation of cell phones, the payphone has been mostly just a historical curiosity. For years now, they have actually been disappearing from New York City streets. Continue Reading →

NYC’s Free Wi-Fi Might Not Be As Secure As We Thought

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NY Curbed reports that the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) is raising concerns about the city’s free, public Wi-Fi system, Fast Company reports, just a month after program went live from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

Wi-Fi kiosks Coming To A Harlem Pay Phone Near You

phone booth vs Wi-Fi-kiosk in harlemThe citywide network of Wi-Fi stations known as LinkNYC begins its $200 million rollout from Harlem to Hollis Tuesday with the unveiling of two “links,” or kiosks, on Third Avenue (downtown for some reason). Continue Reading →