London is one of the world's great cities. So why do its businesses and marketers feel the need to import ill-fitting, faded concepts from across the Atlantic?
A smart plan to warm homes with heat recycled from the London Underground.
"Please be aware that the new Die Hard move is being filmed here today. Be alert for fireballs, floods, and bad acting."
The mayor says it's $14.15 (or £8.80) per hour, but has no plans to introduce legislation to force employers to pay it.
There are deep divisions in one of the world's most powerful global cities.
Tokyo artist Haroshi makes wildly colorful art from hundreds of stacked skateboard decks.
A massive orgy under the waves might be filling the homes of Hampshire with an irritating droning that makes it impossible to sleep.
The so-called "iceberg homes" of the city's super-rich have finally drawn too much ire.
A town of 52,000 people has called the famous bridge its own since 1971.
Starbucks says it just invented the "Duffin." But a well-known tea shop has been selling them for a while.
London's Edward Lister says building basic infrastructure is more important than chasing new technology.
Design historian David Lawrence's new book explores its history and how it came to be synonymous with the city it serves.
The United States, Italy, and the United Kingdom are particularly good at obtaining private Facebook data, a new map reveals.
In six global cities.
A photo tour of Britain's quirky roadside cafes.
A whopping 9,000 bikes were damaged or stolen last year, costing the Vélib' system about €1 million.
A public sculpture outside the Tate Modern plays screwy games with people's sense of perspective.
Visualizing the various digital divides in the city.
Because poor etiquette should not be the reason you miss the train.