From a tech point of view, The Olympics wasn't enjoying good press last night, and we haven't even had the opening ceremony...
London 2012 could be the most digitally connected games, with nearly a fifth of Brits likely to watch it on a computer or mobile.
Protecting the mystery surrounding Danny Boyle's £27 million spectacular has become a global trend dubbed '#savethesurprise'.
Eurostar passengers and Eurotunnel users can now use the Internet under the sea, but UK-based subscribers are subject to roaming fees.
The software will function as check-in, key card, TV remote and AC control for VIP guests at the Holiday Inn Stratford City.
With the Olympics upon us, you might want to avoid the daily crush and work from home - ITProPortal & LogMeIn show you how.
Olympic Committee's list of prohibited items includes 3G hotspots amid suggestions official partner BT wants rivals removed.