Sites around the West End – including Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus – will be equipped with free Wi-Fi by the end of the month.
London’s adopting the world of wireless in a big way this year. In order to gear up for the Olympic games, contactless payments have spread across the capital, enabling anyone with an NFC phone or wireless-enabled bankcard to buy their lunch with a mere swipe. But, despite rumblings to the contrary, it seems as though the same’s not going to come true for tube travel any time soon. Read more
The people in the sports department at the BBC are working their collective fingers to the bone ahead of the London 2012 Olympics, to ensure that the Beeb can deliver every conceivable facet of coverage from the games straight into your eyeballs. The latest addition? A couple of mobile apps that bring nonstop video content to your phone. Read more
One of the official Olympic partners has unveiled some limited edition cameras, camcorders and memory cards. But this is no tie-in tat of the kind you’d find on a stall near the stadium – this is some of the company’s finest gear, in special limited edition designs.
Read on to get yourself a piece of tech to commemorate the games.
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