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NYC launches partnership network, “The Grid”, to help grow urban tech ecosystem – TechCrunch

The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and CIV:LAB – a nonprofit dedicated to connecting urban tech leaders – have…

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The economics and tradeoffs of ad-funded smart city tech – TechCrunch

In order to have innovative smart city applications, cities first need to build out the connected infrastructure, which can be…

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Big tech must not reframe digital ethics in its image – TechCrunch

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s visage loomed large over the European parliament this week, both literally and figuratively, as global privacy regulators…