The consortium will include Ford, be funded by the UK government, and be led by London taxi firm Addison Lee. It will be exploring automated ride-hailing and sharing vehicles for Londoners.
Uber has filed an appeal with the courts against TfL's decision not to issue a new license to the company. The move was done so the company can operate while talks continue between Uber and TfL.
Jo Bertram, the Uber executive who oversees operations in the UK, is set to leave the company. The news came via an email by Bertram where she explained that she was leaving the company in weeks.
Following an apology from Uber's new CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi, on behalf of the company, the mayor of London, and chairman of TfL, Sadiq Khan, has called for talks between the company and TfL.
Uber's new CEO has taken to the London newspaper, the Evening Standard, to apologize for the company's conduct in recent years but that it will fight back against the decision to revoke its license.
Microsoft operates 116 retails around the world, most being in the US, followed by Canada and Australia. According to sources, the company now intends to open a new retail store in central London.
The local authority in London has rejected Uber's application for a new operating license. The ride-hailing company has 21 days to launch an appeal before it loses its ability to operate.
The biometric payment system Fingopay, which uses the unique arrangement of the veins in one of your fingers, might spread to more Costcutters if it succeeds at the Brunel University store.
Citymapper and Gett have teamed up to bring customers Black Bus 1 or BB1. The fixed route black cab service will cost £3 and you can get on or off anywhere along the route during commute hours.
The Navya driverless and all-electric bus will be free for people to ride around London's Olympic Park for 19 days of this month. It has been dubbed the future of public transport by its makers.
TfL has announced numerous improvements to its Oyster ticketing system, making it easier for passengers to buy credit and Travelcards online, with a new mobile app launching soon on iOS and Android.
Google has launched a new cloud data center in London today in an effort to further bolster its public cloud business throughout Europe and close the gap between itself and Amazon and Microsoft.
EE, Qualcomm, and Sony have demoed gigabit 4G in London for the first time. EE says the faster 4G iteration will come to densely populated areas in the future, including Manchester and Birmingham.
Snap's Spectacles - featuring a built-in camera that records short video clips in a circular format, which can then be shared on Snapchat - are heading to Europe, and are already available in the UK.
A report by the UK Airprox Board (UKAB) has concluded that the safety of a passenger plane was "compromised" in a near-miss involving two drones that occurred near London's Heathrow Airport last year.
After closing its Skype office in London last year, Microsoft said that it "has made the difficult decision" to close its office in Stockholm, Sweden, "potentially putting at risk all 120 employees".
The UK's Rail Delivery Group has outlined plans to "harness digital technology" to expand capacity and improve the quality of travel for passengers on the country's congested national rail network.
Snap Inc. has launched a new company in the UK called Snap Group Limited. It'll act as its main international hub and will book revenues from the UK, France, Australia, Canada and Saudi Arabia.
Volvo decided that it will keep its autonomous vehicles unmarked in a test that will take place in London. The decision was made because it's thought that drivers may try to overtake the cars.
London's top cop explained he'd want a system that allowed law enforcement officers to remotely take over and stop a car if it was deemed necessary. The idea was part of a wider conversation on IT.
Skype was founded in London 13 years ago, and Microsoft opened a new office for it there in 2013. But that office is to close, as Microsoft has made a "decision to unify some engineering positions".
UK iPlayer viewers will now be required to purchase a TV license in order to use iPlayer, in any capacity. The fee will set users back £145.50 per year, and is expected to heavily impact young people.
The Met is paying Microsoft £1.65m to provide extended support for its 27,000 Windows XP PCs until April. By the end of September, 6,000 of those systems will be upgraded... to Windows 8.1.
The BBC will begin using new detector vans next month to snoop on the publics Wi-Fi packets in order to deduce whether households are using iPlayer without paying the license fee due.
Facebook for Android will be gaining new functionality in the next few days which will allow users to connect to the social network using a Tor connection provided by the Tor Project's Orbot app.
Londoners expecting this morning to introduce fare rises across the city's public transport network were instead treated to free travel, thanks to a major failure of the Oyster smart card system.
Today, and over the next three weeks, MasterCard's 'Fare Free Mondays' promotion will cover the cost of travelling anywhere on London's public transport network, when you touch in with Apple Pay.
Microsoft is sending out emails to Windows Insiders in the UK, inviting them to sign up for the chance to attend launch parties for the Lumia 950 and 950 XL in London and Manchester on December 2.
"We need to talk," says Motorola. "It's not you. It's your phone." Make of that what you will, but the company promises "a better mobile relationship" will begin with its launch events on July 28.
Google is opening up its first brick-and-mortar location in London, albeit inside another store. Dubbed the Google Shop, the location lets users try out Android and Chrome devices.
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Samsung has permanently closed its flagship store in the Westfield, Stratford City shopping centre, likely in response to falling sales.
After Vodafone began the trend earlier this month, EE has now started to roll out LTE-A technology, marketed as 4G+. This will allow users on compatible handsets to reach higher speeds online.
The London police department is testing predictive software that aims to find out who's likely to commit a crime before they actually do it. The tech is supposedly aimed at gangs and gang members.
Folks in London will have an easier time paying for their travel around town starting today thanks to Barclaycard's bPay wrist band, which brings contactless payments to your wrist.
It was bound to happen sooner or later, the queues are starting to form around the world. Last week we saw devout Apple fanatics in New York, this week the lines begin to form in the UK.
Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, is promising the city will be one of the first places where 5G connectivity will be deployed, offering its residents incredible mobile internet speeds.
LG has given us our first official look at its new flagship, the G3, in a teaser video that offers fleeting glimpses of its slim metallic body, speakers, rear buttons and a floating camera lens.
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UK-based wireless provider EE is turning on a super-fast 4G service in East London's Tech City today that will offer download speeds of up to 300Mbps, with plans to expand the service in 2014.