NYC recently launched the Made in NY Media Center and the Cornell NYC Tech’s degree program in Connective Media.
A new way to identify infrastructure problems and drive national change.
Designers are given a chance to help promote healthy living across New York City.
Designers created prototypes that imagined the future of the city's 11,000 public pay telephones.
The launch will support the city's thriving technology industry and hopefully continue employment growth.
'My Micro NY’ units feature two separate zones, a ‘toolbox’ with a kitchen, bathroom and storage space, and a ‘canvas’ with a flexible living and sleeping area.
A look at the winners from Bloomberg's 'Project Pop-Up,' a competition to find innovative fashion retailers and technology companies in New York City.
PSFK takes a trip down to Wall Street to chat with the protestors, snap some photos, and try to discover the root of this discontent and the genus of the movement.
The city with the most Twitter users in the world is now home to the company's headquarters.
The city is exploring the use of scannable codes in a number of applications including construction permits and garbage trucks.