Outdoor Smartphone Tracking Devices to Be Removed

City Hall is pushing Titan, the outdoor advertising company, to remove their outdoor tracking devices from payphones that have been placed all around Manhattan. In a more than creepy advertising...

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Vandals Attack Brooklyn Deli, Doing $700 Worth of Damage

A deli in crown heights was vandalized by teens over the weekend. Gourmet Butcher was the target of a vicious attack, in which several teens stormed the deli, and...

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Amazon Plans to Open Retail Store in NYC

Amazon has announced plans to open a brick and mortar store in New York City just in time for the holiday season, according to the Wall Street Journal. This...

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New York is Stepping Up Ebola Prep

Despite the CDC saying that ebola is not a major threat to the United States, that hasn’t stopped NYC from taking certain precautions should the disease make it’s presence...

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Uber Drivers Protest For Better Compensation

Uber, the thriving ride sharing service that connects passengers with drivers via a smartphone app, recently cut its rates on its UberX fares by 20%. Originally a promotional deal, these...

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