Organizers are trying to sell the Olympics as 'Britain’s games.' But England's non-Londoners aren't buying it.
The CUBE, a mobile restaurant and event space, has graced landmarks in Brussels and Milan. Now it's headed to England in time for the Games.
The fabric glows when the pious point it toward the Muslim holy city.
"The Majesty" is an installation in an abandoned London railway vault that's crawling with slow-moving, spore-spitting mold.
Designers flipped a bronze scale model of the Taj Mahal for a table that sells for €36,000.
Leaked news of the city's first Olympic moment include nods to England's musical influence and winks to its agrarian past.
Near-field communication — which turns your phone into your fares, ads, and more — has shown both promise and problems.
Trip Advisor ranks the cheapest and most expensive vacation cities for Americans this summer.
The micromanaged brand protection strategies of the International Olympic Committee are going down about as well as you’d expect with the home crowd in London.
The Games will offer spectators a distinctly familiar roster of dishes, distinguished from what’s available at the average airport mainly by even higher prices.
Scenes from the London-wide Jubilee celebration.
Luke Jerram's wind-powered "Aeolus" looks like the result of smashing together a pipe organ and a porcupine.
Londoners prepare for a weekend of festivities.
Could publicity around the Games lure luxury shoppers into Burberry and Jaguar? Yes, according to a new poll.
The city's search for a post-games stadium occupant has been disappointingly fruitless so far.
A Mary Poppins-esque view of the city.
At London's National Portrait Gallery, the Queen gets her close-up many times over.
An army missile turret and the unveiling of The Orbit have dominated U.K. headlines this week.
Environmentalists have kicked off a campaign called "Straw Wars" to rid London's Soho district of drinking straws.