College students, get a firsthand look at exciting startup careers in New York City! [email protected] is touring some of the nation’s top colleges and universities to provide computer science and engineering students with the inside scoop on NYC’s booming tech scene.
Mayor Bloomberg and City Council Speaker Quinn announced a suite of new initiatives to expand New York City’s broadband connectivity and ensure that the City further establishes its leadership position in connectivity and technology for the 21st century.
The volume, velocity, variety, and value of private sector, government, and individual data has expanded with a big bang, opening up a whole new universe of Big Data: datasets whose size are beyond the ability of typical databases to capture, store, manage, and analyze.
We’re getting excited for Internet Week, coming up later this month, which celebrates the ever-changing digital landscape in New York through almost 200 citywide networking events, meet-ups, panels, conferences, and hack days.
NYCEDC’s new Edutech.NYC.2020 report investigates New York City’s Edutech industry, an emerging sector that applies innovative technology to deliver learner-centric, personalized educational methods with the potential to be more effective, efficient, and scalable than traditional approaches.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, New York City Economic Development Corporation President Seth W. Pinsky, and Polytechnic Institute of New York University President Jerry M. Hultin today announced that 22 companies have graduated or will soon graduate from the Varick Street Incubator, the first in the growing network of City-sponsored business incubators.