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Marshall London

The company, famous for its amps, jumps into the smartphone industry, taking aim at audiophiles and music fans.

By 4 September 2015

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Get inside London's Westminster Abbey on Google Street View

​One of the UK's most hallowed buildings -- and biggest tourist attractions -- is now open for a virtual tour.

By 8 July 2016


London calling: LinkedIn pinpoints top cities for Americans working abroad

Sydney and Toronto also listed as key destinations, survey says. Teaching is top occupation for Americans working overseas.

By 30 July 2016


Pigeon Air Patrol is checking London's air pollution levels (Tomorrow Daily 332 show notes)

We never thought we'd say these words in a single sentence, but there's a pack of domesticated racing pigeons using Twitter to respond to queries about the air quality of neighborhoods around London. Welcome to the future!

By 17 March 2016


Pigeons wearing tiny backpacks are monitoring London's air quality (Tomorrow Daily 332)

Scientists test out an expandable polymer to fill gaps in human spines after tumor removal; also, domesticated racing pigeons take to the London sky to check air pollution levels.

By 17 March 2016


Museum recreates the Great Fire of London in Minecraft

The virtual conflagration will let Minecraft players explore the historic conflagration that consumed vast swathes of the capital city in 1666.

By 19 July 2016


London has replaced train tickets with contactless credit cards, and soon you could too

Transport for London has licensed its contactless payment system that allows you to board trains and buses with a swipe of a credit or debit card.

By 13 July 2016


Uber celebrates four years of annoying London taxi drivers

The controversial ride-hailing app is now used by 2 million people in the home of the iconic black cab.

By 29 June 2016


UberEats serves up UK expansion with London launch

Uber's food delivery app has gone live in Britain's capital -- the second city in Europe to get the digital take-out service.

By 16 June 2016


London Underground updates font for social media

Adapted to better display on apps and social media, the update is the biggest font change for London's famous transport network in 100 years.

By 15 June 2016