Image Cache: The Big Apple feels even bigger through the lens of Jeffrey Martin's full-frame 50MP camera. This magnificent 360-degree panoramic photo of New York he created was assembled from multiple handheld shots. The final image measures a staggering 203,200 by 101,600 pixels in size — or just over 20 gigapixels.
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On the eve of a Congressional hearing about the US Department of Justice's fight with Apple over a locked iPhone, a Brooklyn judge has ruled that the DOJ cannot force Apple to assist in unlocking an iPhone in a separate New York drug case.
Video: New York is one of my favourite places in the world because of so many things. However in certain moments it can be a miserable place to live, as you wonder if it's worth it to be packed on top of people and if the city is all a big scam. That's why it's nice to be reminded about how special the city can be. Jonathan J. Scott made this short film showing the light hitting New York City just right and it's gorgeous.
This is behind the scenes footage from some commercial that Hyundai shot that basically toured the world. I have no idea what the final commercial looks like and I don't really care because I'm totally obsessed with this truly spectacular footage they got of cities around the world from the vantage point of a helicopter.
Car alarms, jackhammers, barking dogs, drunken brawls outside your window — ah, the sounds of the city. Urban living comes with challenges, and annoying, loud noise is one of 'em. But these maps show us which neighbourhoods you'll want to steer clear of in three major U.S. cities if you want a sound night's sleep. Maybe get a hotel elsewhere?
Here's the latest update for the current tallest-building contender in the Western Hemisphere: Nordstrom Tower, the superskinny supertall under construction in Midtown Manhattan, apparently no longer aspires to have the tallest spire in the US. But it just increased its roof height, meaning it will now tower above current-tallest Willis Tower.
New Yorkers aren't exactly known for taking leisurely strolls, but leisurely subway riding? The concept is as foreign as ketchup on pizza. That's why most city slickers will have no idea that the longest non-repeating subway route is 250km and includes over 54 transfers. Why should they? Who on Earth is ever going to ride that?