RVIVE Is An APP That Organizes Youth Health And Wellness Program From Harlem To Hollywood

Health and fitness experts have increasingly found that a personalized approach to health and wellness works best, and digital tools now make it easier to take that approach. Continue Reading →

NYCEDC And Harlem’s Columbia Technology Ventures Launch Network Initiative For Local Cyber Startups

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and Harlem’s Columbia Technology Ventures today announced the launch of Inventors to Founders (I2F). Continue Reading →

The Future Of Travel Is As Old As The Stars, Give The Customer What They Want

Buckle up, roll down the window, stick your head out, and enjoy the tech wind because the future of travel is on its way. Continue Reading →

All Star Code Announces New Leadership Structure As Part Of Five-Year Strategic Growth Plan

All Star Code, the leading nonprofit organization creating economic opportunity for young men of color by helping them develop the tools needed to succeed in a technological world, today announcement. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Appoints Jessica Tisch As Commissioner Of The Department Technology

Mayor Bill de Blasio today appointed Jessica Tisch as Commissioner of the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT). Continue Reading →

The Importance Of Security Awareness Training From Harlem To Harare

In today’s climate, burglars aren’t the only problem you have to consider when you decide to improve your business’s security awareness. Continue Reading →

Cybersecurity Lecture Series: Spotlight On Small Businesses & Professional Services In Harlem

The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce (GHCC) is excited to partner with The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, The City College of New York,

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A Serious Flaw Found In Google And Samsung Camera Apps Gave Hackers All Access

The personal data circus recently welcomed a new act — one some consumers might not have known about, but one that definitely needs to be addressed if they haven’t done so already. Continue Reading →

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