GPS-enabled apps have changed the going-out culture in the city.
Smart design will reduce heat energy use, electricity use and water consumption.
Local vendors will replace the embattled Olympics security company at soccer venue St. James' Park.
Though the spectacle has been underwhelming, London may have an edge over the Chinese capital in long-term planning.
Urban beaches offer the pleasures of the seaside without the cost of getting there.
Three international case studies illustrate the challenges of re-naming a place.
Boris Johnson hopes to quiet his naysayers.
Despite what the LOCOG chief said on the radio, Pepsi and Nike gear will not be banned at the London games.
The roof of the London Aquatic Center is an undulating wave of aluminum supported by Red Lauro timber and more than 3,000 tons of steel.
With a Twitter-based mood-measuring lightshow displayed on the London Eye, we're about to find out.
A few scenes have been trimmed to ensure all attendees will be able to catch the last trains home.
The left-leaning city council may have lost legislative power, but it is regaining its influence as the sole chink in Britain’s official policy of Olympic boosterism.
Police in London want you to help hunt for pick-pocketers with your smart phone. It's an idea with serious flaws.
Rules meant to protect sponsors prevent architects from winning awards for their Olympic facilities.
Hundreds of "peace tents" will be illuminated to commemorate the ancient Olympic Truce.
Upset over being excluded from the lanes, some 200 London cab drivers blocked traffic in Parliament Square.
Also, a pilot program to give out free toilet paper in China fails miserably.
With only 10 days until the Opening Ceremonies, images from all over the city as it the Games draw ever closer.
The London Games have been an exercise in image control, but that has only encouraged the jokers.