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Yesterday we issued a police appeal to help find Simon Smithers, who had gone missing from Hillingdon Hospital with a serious head injury.
Over half of the London businesses which tried to recruit new staff struggled to find suitable candidates, a poll has shown.
Thought phone buttons were hard work? Now people who can’t be bothered to use a touchscreen either can streamline their conversations with a new app.
Police issue warning about bad batch of MDMA at Farringdon club threatened with closure last year.
Tunnelling work in London’s long-awaited Crossrail ‘super tube’ construction is now more than nine-tenths complete.
Candles left lit inside a doll’s house have been blamed for a fire that caused damage to the ground floor and roof of a Shoreditch nightclub on Friday morning.
Say goodbye to streaming Netflix, downloading music or a spot of online gaming if you live on this street in Brixton - which has officially the slowest broadband in central London.
A new dating app to rival Tinder allows passengers on the Tube who share that brief moment to act on that spark and find love on the Underground.
What happens to our Facebook and Twitter accounts, online banking and PayPal after we die? Three quarters of Londoners are apparently ‘unprepared’ for life after death online.
A new app lets you surprise friends by buying them coffee, snacks and treats they can redeem on the High Street at the push of a button.
Completely artificially intelligent drones could soon be saving lives at sea thanks to a Tech City start up which aims to drastically cut the numbers of people drowning around the world.
The property industry is changing rapidly and companies that do not embrace digital solutions will fall behind, according to Faisal Butt, of PiLabs.
Now you can get in on the craft beer revolution in London after the country’s first ‘community brewery’ opens its doors today.
Technology firms in London attracted almost $800million of American investment last year - more than doubling the previous record.
A new online platform allows Londoners to connect with farmers and foodmakers and get hold of hundreds of locally-made products without even having to travel to a market.
You can now order up a black cab by just talking into your wrist after a new smartwatch app was launched as taxi firms fight for business in London.
Shoreditch is fast becoming the UK’s first ‘scannable’ neighbourhood thanks to a company that puts a twist on QR tags - the odd-looking bar codes that people are supposed to scan with their phones. .
Skip the long waiting lists at London’s most in-demand restaurants with a new app which can get you a table the very same day.
Tired of always missing those important deliveries? Sick of having to reschedule or take time off work to be at home? A start-up thinks it might have come up with the solution...
We’ve all been there - you wake up with a bunch of receipts from a group night out and getting any of the money back is going to be a nightmare.
Nestled amongst the artisan cafes and shops on Green Lanes in between Dalston and Stoke Newington lies Hackney’s newest co-working space, a place for entrepreneurs to relax and eat as well as get cracking on the next big idea.
“The first two years were about validating Croydon as a tech hub – now it’s about becoming the best”
Want to get along to all the best events in London but put off by the cost? Well that’s where Frugl comes in - allowing users to find what’s going on across the capital all for under a tenner.
Coffee drinkers will never be caught with low battery again after Starbucks installs free wireless phone charging points at 10 coffee shops in London.
The owners of the Cheesegrater skyscraper are replacing dozens of large steel bolts after it revealed a third one has fallen off the 47-storey building.
Skipped breakfast and stuck with the choice of either a chocolate bar or eating your lunch at 11am? Well there is another way, after two friends created Cuckoo.
Tech City UK and a top London university have just launched the world’s first government-funded online tech school.
Iconic Soho venue Madame Jojo’s has had its licence revoked by the council after ‘a serious incident of disorder’ allegedly involving its bouncers.
What happened after a friend of mine lost basically everything he’d created in the last 5 years:
Innovative and ground-breaking projects which have supported hundreds of start-ups and small businesses in the capital have been recognised at an awards ceremony.
Stop the washing from building up with a new laundry service who fetch your dirty clothes from home or the office then deliver it back to you within 24 hours.
An area at the base of the Cheesegrater was cordoned off after parts of two large steel bolts broke off the skyscraper - one landing on the City street below.
Its a problem for established artists as well as struggling creatives just starting out: how to make money from your digital content.
Spaceways is a new service that takes the ‘self’ out of self-storage by picking up items Londoners squeezed for room need to store elsewhere.
The UK’s first cereal cafe selling more than 100 varieties from all over the world is due to open in Brick Lane, Shoreditch, in December.
Microsoft Band is the tech giant’s big entry into the wearable market and London24 was one of a handful of media companies invited to the UK press launch.
Stickers placed on lamp posts warning Muslims not to vote in the upcoming election have been condemned for copying ‘evil’ Islamic State teachings.