Free Wi-Fi will be made available to London's commuters in time for the Olympics. That is, when the Tube drivers aren't on strike leaving half the network crippled for days at a time.
Zack Whittaker reports on the latest technology news from the United Kingdom and Europe, served with buttered crumpets and a side of sarcasm.
Zack Whittaker writes for ZDNet, CNET and CBS News. He is based in New York City.
London-based BBC has been victim of a cyber-attack by Iranian authorities, claims the director-general of world's largest broadcaster in a speech given later today.
British student Richard O'Dwyer will be extradited after the Home Secretary approved the court's decision. All British citizens are now at risk of a similar fate.
The joint venture of Orange and T-Mobile received 4G network approval from the UK's broadband regulator. Could a 4G rollout finally hit the British streets this year?
European regulators are looking to settle what could be a lengthy antitrust case between Apple and e-book publishers, as U.S. authorities continue to move towards formal legal action.
UK book giant Barnes & Noble could be bringing the Nook e-reader to the UK, after the company said it would hold a "developer workshop" for interested participants.
Infamous hacking group LulzSec, while disbanding over eight months ago, has finally been brought to its knees, as its leader allegedly informed the authorities of its members.
The UK's Digital Economy Act, which forces ISPs to send out notifications to alleged file-sharers who infringe copyright, will go ahead after the two largest ISPs' appeal fails.
If a Twitter user posts a defamatory tweet, they could get sued. But could Twitter itself be sued as a 'secondary publisher' for simply being the platform to an 'illegal' tweet?
News to know -- February 23-March 2: A look back at the news from London, the UK and wider Europe, on all the bits that were missed during the week's coverage.