High-tech bar at London's University of Westminster lets students skip the usual hassles of grabbing a drink. Photos: Skipping the bar line
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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
An algorithm by MIT graduates will scour Twitter to work out how the country's feeling towards the Olympics, and translate the result into a light show on the capital's big wheel
Having created a phone number for reporting missing children, European Commission now considers future of "free-phone" system.
France puts its foot down on English tech-speak, banning the use of the word "e-mail" in all official correspondence in favor of a more homegrown term.
European Commission countries commit to "Internet for all" action plan, designed to help disadvantaged groups get online.
Mobile operator says only about 10 percent of small and midsize businesses in Europe already use mobile e-mail.