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Uber Struggles to Get Cars Onto New York’s Streets

In New York post-Sandy, the lack of subways can be just as troubling as the lack of electricity. New Yorkers, who typically live in cramped apartments, rely on the subway system to jump between their homes and offices, and to connect with friends and family elsewhere. So how do you get around? I live in Brooklyn and spent about 90… Read more →

Uber Struggles to Get Cars Onto New York’s Streets

In New York post-Sandy, the lack of subways can be just as troubling as the lack of electricity. New Yorkers, who typically live in cramped apartments, rely on the subway system to jump between their homes and offices, and to connect with friends and family elsewhere. So how do you get around? I live in Brooklyn and spent about 90… Read more →

Uber Struggles to Get Cars Onto New York’s Streets

In New York post-Sandy, the lack of subways can be just as troubling as the lack of electricity. New Yorkers, who typically live in cramped apartments, rely on the subway system to jump between their homes and offices, and to connect with friends and family elsewhere. So how do you get around? I live in Brooklyn and spent about 90… Read more →

Uber Struggles to Get Cars Onto New York’s Streets

In New York post-Sandy, the lack of subways can be just as troubling as the lack of electricity. New Yorkers, who typically live in cramped apartments, rely on the subway system to jump between their homes and offices, and to connect with friends and family elsewhere. So how do you get around? I live in Brooklyn and spent about 90… Read more →

Today’s Scuttlebot: BlackBerry Women, and Ghost-Hunting Tech

Some interesting items that the tech reporters and editors of The New York Times found on the Web recently. See more here. The Transition From Hurricane Sandy to SuperstormYoutube.com |  A satellite video from NASA of Hurricane Sandy moving up the coast. – Nick Bilton Why I Hang Onto My BlackBerry and Other Lessons for AppleQuartz |  The author argues there is… Read more →

Today’s Scuttlebot: BlackBerry Women, and Ghost-Hunting Tech

Some interesting items that the tech reporters and editors of The New York Times found on the Web recently. See more here. The Transition From Hurricane Sandy to SuperstormYoutube.com |  A satellite video from NASA of Hurricane Sandy moving up the coast. – Nick Bilton Why I Hang Onto My BlackBerry and Other Lessons for AppleQuartz |  The author argues there is… Read more →

Today’s Scuttlebot: BlackBerry Women, and Ghost-Hunting Tech

Some interesting items that the tech reporters and editors of The New York Times found on the Web recently. See more here. The Transition From Hurricane Sandy to SuperstormYoutube.com |  A satellite video from NASA of Hurricane Sandy moving up the coast. – Nick Bilton Why I Hang Onto My BlackBerry and Other Lessons for AppleQuartz |  The author argues there is… Read more →

Today’s Scuttlebot: BlackBerry Women, and Ghost-Hunting Tech

Some interesting items that the tech reporters and editors of The New York Times found on the Web recently. See more here. The Transition From Hurricane Sandy to SuperstormYoutube.com |  A satellite video from NASA of Hurricane Sandy moving up the coast. – Nick Bilton Why I Hang Onto My BlackBerry and Other Lessons for AppleQuartz |  The author argues there is… Read more →

New York Start-Ups Become Officemates in Hurricane Sandy Aftermath

As the city of New York struggles to get back online in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, many companies and start-ups are trying to regain their footing and restart operations. We’re taking over the Hearst cafeteria twitter.com/jonsteinberg/s… — Jon Steinberg (@jonsteinberg) October 31, 2012 The problem is, much of Lower Manhattan, where many are located, is still without power and… Read more →

RIM has 50 carriers testing BlackBerry 10, but Q1 timing tricky

Research in Motion is touting that it has its BlackBerry 10 platform in the labs of 50 carriers. Unfortunately, that milestone doesn’t resolve the first quarter timing much. In a statement to CNET News’ Roger Cheng, RIM said: In the last week, BlackBerry 10 achieved Lab Entry with more than 50 carriers — a key step in our preparedness for… Read more →

Microsoft makes Office 2013 available to volume licensees

Microsoft has pushed out the final, released-to-manufacturing (RTM) bits of Office 2013 and the complementary 2013 servers (Exchange 2013, SharePoint 2013 and Lync 2013) to volume license customers this week. A few Microsoft customers notified me of availability via Twitter on October 30. (I think @danielgut was the first to do so. Thanks!) Microsoft officials confirmed that volume licensees can… Read more →

What kind of teleworker are you?

I must have missed this last month, but this blog post by Bob McWhirter exploring the nuances of a telecommute is a gem. In it, he explains the crucial difference between being a “remote worker” (a.k.a. an outpost of productivity) versus being part of a “distributed team” (a.k.a. one of many scattered hubs) — and how it can positively or negatively… Read more →