U.K. police and government agencies' demands for data snooping rose by 16 percent to more than a half-million requests for citizen data in 2012 as a result of the Olympics in London.
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A vast datacentre will be built in the former press and broadcast centre after a deal was signed between the London Legacy Development Corporation and Infinity.
Predicting cyberthreats will not improve security as cybercriminals will evolve and improve their attack methods and technology to circumvent the safety measures.
The retail group's store on Tottenham Court Road in London will mark the occasion on Friday with a giant touchscreen running Windows 8, and a number of special offers.
Originally rolled out across selected London Underground stations in preparation for the Olympics, Virgin says Wi-Fi will remain free until the end of the year.
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2012 should henceforth be known as The Mobile Games, as tablets, apps and SMS all made a huge impact on athletes and spectators alike.
At the London Olympic Games, athletes broke many world records. How? With help from facilities engineered to give them an edge.
Google statistics show online advertisers and companies benefiting from London Olympics 2012 with increased brand awareness, customer engagement and sales.
The Olympics don't produce the tourism benefits you might expect.
The Mayor of London's Office has announced the plans for the legacy of the Olympic Park.
What's the real story on that London Olympics widget - is it malware or just adware? Dig deeper here.
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Inspired by the athletes in the London 2012 Olympics to get serious about your sport or getting fit? Try these mobile apps.
Visa and Samsung test out near-field communications for mobile payments with athletes at the London Olympics
Track energy use from Olympic venues in real time.
Office workers have abandoned London to escape the Olympic queues — but the decision to embrace flexible working shouldn't be temporary. It's time to rethink the way we work
Today, government minister George Osborne promoted the UK's 225 percent tax breaks on R&D, and its new Entrepreneur Visa. He also trumpeted the success of London's Tech City in attracting investment.
For civil servants wanting to dodge the crowds in central London, the Cabinet Office has set up a low-cost alternative hub, hoping to entice the Whitehall-bound into Croydon instead
The Olympics has resulted in a Wi-Fi bonanza in London, with a vast array of hotspots offering coverage
The BBC Sport website hosted 8.3 million global users on the first Sunday of Olympics coverage
Fans of Olympic technology can think of the London 2012 games as the LED championships. But with all that use, are they really saving energy?