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With summer now in full swing, taking advantage of the city means a little exploration and a little planning. Luckily, those tech-savvy people who invent iPhone apps know just what New Yorkers need to get through the summer. Click through for our list of apps guaranteed to fulfill your desires, ranging from dining to entertainment and everything in between. More»
When warm weather hits, so does the urge to get in shape and get physically fit. We've rounded up 6 of our favorite apps that will help you do just that. Whether you're into running, yoga, or making healthier food choices, one of these apps is sure to help you meet your fitness goals this spring. More»
The tech industry has created some of the world’s youngest billionaires but has long been monopolized by men and Silicon Valley. Little public attention has been given to the women in the SWET field but the growing numbers cannot be ignored, especially as women assume C-level positions in major companies like Yahoo and Facebook. These women are the founders of the websites that have made our lives a little bit easier. Check out these fashionable women and find out why we're addicted to their sites.
Residents of the southwest Chelsea neighborhood of New York city are in for a treat, courtesy of Google. The company announced Tuesday that it has begun offering free public WiFi internet access outdoors in an area bounded roughly by Gansevoort St. and 19th St. from Eighth Ave. to the West Side highway. This will include public spaces in the neighborhood, such as the Chelsea Triangle, 14th Street Park, and Gansevoort Plaza. More»
Coordinating an evening out with friends can sometimes be a stressful task. So, we've rounded up seven apps to ensure you have a worry-free night out. From apps that will prevent your drunk texting habits to style books that will help you put together your outfit, we've got your covered. More»
It can be overwhelming to manage your social calendar without some sort of assistance these days. From shared calendar apps to to-do list reminders, here are 6 apps you'll need to get through this year's events. So, simplify your daily affairs by downloading these free apps that even Steve Jobs would approve of. More»
New York City is notorious for being fast paced, and a term has even been coined to express urgency. 'New York minute' is not just an expression, it's a lifestyle. To help you keep all your activities and meetings in order-- or to help you find last minute plans, check out these apps that are a necessity for anyone living in a busy city. More»
Every day more and more handy iPhone applications make their debut and it's almost impossible to keep up with all of them. Whether you're trying to map out the perfect run around Central Park, or simply just trying to find where you parked your car, there's an app for that. With the right apps on hand, life can become much easier for the average NYC resident. More»
Mayor Michael Bloomberg, in collaboration with Chief Digital Officer Rachel Sterne and Internet Week New York Chairman David Michel-Davies, have officially revealed an interactive guide to NYC's tech start-ups, called the "Made in NY" Digital Jobs Map. The guide will help both job seekers, and start up tech companies, by conveniently linking them to one another across the five boroughs. More»
As far as apps go, NYC really has us covered. With 10 official apps ranging from donating and buying used items, to keeping up to date on NY's mayoral news, to finding free condoms, the city's official apps are just as well rounded as New Yorkers themselves. Check out these official NYC apps and start downloading them! More»
Our iPhones are filled with apps to help us find directions, restaurants, bars, and local deals, but now, instead of using multiple apps to navigate the city, you'll only need to use one. The app is called NYC Map, and it's available free in the iTunes store. More»
Tuesday, June 18
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.