New York Attorney General Letitia James today continued her work fighting for New York’s consumers and small businesses from Harlem to the Hudson.
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have stood as pillars of excellence for more than 180 years and continue to serve as havens for Black students in pursuit of higher education.
Google has decided against imposing a 60-minute time limit on its free version of Google Meet, which previously would have gone into effect on April 1, 2021.
If you feel like internet ads follow you everywhere you go, there may be some good news on the horizon.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that the City will open a new vaccination site at the Fulton Community Center in Chelsea, Manhattan.
We live in an age of less-than-total agreement as to the purpose of higher education.
“Jazz was born in New Orleans but spent a lot of time growing up in Harlem,” says award-winning bandleader Christian McBride who, with award-winning bandleader Jon Batiste, serves as National Jazz Museum in Harlem (NJMH) Artistic Director.
If you know what you want to search for but are not sure how best to do it, Google search operators are the way to go.
Google today announced the Grow with Google HBCU Career Readiness Program, a new initiative to help Black students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)
With all the might it can muster, Google is coming to the rescue of student loan holders by introducing a student loan repayment program for all Google employees in the U.S.
Google is set to begin banning ads from publishers pushing content that contradicts scientific consensus on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Harlem World Magazine, Inc., launches its Harlem World Shop on Zazzle.
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.
Google appears to be testing a new feature that lets users create public events on Google Maps from Harlem to Harare.
In a blog post on Thursday, Clement Lecigne of Google’s Threat Analysis Group disclosed that two zero-day vulnerabilities were discovered in Google Chrome.