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CNY Tax Payer’s Reaction To Airport Revitalization Initiative

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By Paola Figueroa SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) — The Syracuse Common Council Monday unanimously passed a segment of governor Andrew Cuomo’s Upstate Airport Revitalization Initiative that would renovate the Syracuse Hancock International Airport. According to the Council agenda, the total cost will not exceed $48.8 million with most of the funding coming from the state. Onondaga […]

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Consumer , Technology

WikiLeaks Publishes Thousands of Classified Documents

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By Lauren Anderson SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – WikiLeaks has published thousands of documents revealing secrets about CIA practices. Officials say the revealed files were classified, and included information that the CIA uses hacking tools to break in to targeted computers, cellphones, and even smart TVs. The hacking tools appeared to affect desktop and laptop computers […]

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Central New York , Community , Crime , Government , Music , Technology

Cuomo’s “Ticket-Bot” Laws Impact on the Carrier Dome

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By Brittany Ehrlich SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Governor Andrew Cuomo passed a new law that criminalizes the use of ticket bots. “The bill creates new penalties for individuals who use computer software known as “ticket bots” to manipulate systems designed to limit the number of tickets to an event that a person can buy,” according […]

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Politics , Technology

There’s A Bumpy Road Ahead For Donald Trump And Silicon Valley

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By Rebekah Castor Syracuse N.Y. (NCC News) – A week after Donald Trump’s presidential victory, many are anxiously awaiting the announcement of his presidential appointments. In California’s Silicon Valley, tech companies are worried about the future of their relationship with Washington. “Internet companies could have a more difficult time with the less sympathetic administration in […]

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Central New York , Government , Technology

Syracuse Announces Winners of Contest to Improve Infrastructure

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BY Jessica Gorman Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) — On Thursday, Mayor Stephanie Miner announced the winners of Syracuse University’s first annual Civic Data Hackathon. A contest open to Central New York residents to design technologies and methods to better repair and maintain the city’s infrastructure. Syracuse’s iSchool partnered with AT&T and the city and started the competition […]

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New Cuse Cycle App at Onondaga Lake Park

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by Ashley Moore – SYRACUSE, N.Y (NCC News) – Onondaga Lake Park is home to new, solar paneled orange bicycles known as Cuse Cycles. These bicycles aren’t like any other rental bike in the park. To rent a Cuse Cycle, you must download the Cuse Cycle App, input your payment information and choose if you […]

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Business , Central New York , Technology

Innovation is Making its Way Back to Central New York

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By Isabel Sanchez SYRACUSE,N.Y. (NCC News) — After two decades away from its innovative manufacturing history, Syracuse is slowly getting back its place as a hub for innovative technology. Recent governmental funding in addition to private initiatives has brought through the past decade new companies to the Central New York region. An example of that is […]

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Central New York , Community , Government , Technology , Transportation

City of Syracuse Partners with Tech Developers to Solve Road Problems

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By Sarah Barth SYRACUSE, N.Y (NCC News) — The City of Syracuse teamed up with tech developers this weekend to break down, analyze and improve how data on the city’s infrastructure is used. The Civic Data Hackathon: Roads Challenge was a partnership between the city, Syracuse University’s iSchool, and AT&T. The two-week hacking challenge ended […]

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