The aren't many corners of London that Google hasn't put on the map. But now the company has gone a step further and ventured onto the river
A 3D map of buildings in central London has been produced entirely from people's tweets. So who are London's biggest tweeters?
Google images have been brought to life by an artist who attaches life-size photos of people to the buildings where they were taken.
A schoolboy from London has been secretly arrested over the "world's biggest cyber attack", according to the Evening Standard. The 16-year-old was reportedly arrested in south London after a sum of money was reportedly found "flowing through his bank account".
He was detained by detectives as part of an operation against people suspected of carrying out a cyber attack so big it could slow down the internet. The Evening Standard reported seeing a document on the British investigation which said:
The suspect was found with his computer systems open and logged on to various virtual systems and forums.
The subject has a significant amount of money flowing through his bank account.
Financial investigators are in the process of restraining monies.
Apple has described the new iPhone 5S as the "most forward-thinking smartphone in the world".
It is an upgrade to the popular iPhone 5 and features an improved camera and extended battery life as well as novel features like a fingerprint reader.
The introduction of the iPhone 5C marks Apple's first departure from high-end devices.
Chief executive Tim Cook promised the 5C would come with "all the great technology that customers have loved" on its previous models but at around half the price.
Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey told members of the Greater London Assembly that the force has seen a rise in crimes linked to online harassment and bullying.
This follows a number of high profile cases of "Twitter trolling", where users of the site are bombarded with threats and abuse.
Mr Mackey said: "We're seeing about 1,500 additional offences reported to us per year. I think it will rise as people become more aware of this."
EE or Everything Everywhere, have defended their decision to slap a mum-of-two with a £20,000 phone bill after she uploaded holiday snaps onto Facebook while away in Turkey.
EE, who own Helen Christie's network provider Orange, said she had used "much more data" then the £6 "travel saver" bundles allowed.
We know our customers want to use their smartphones abroad without worrying about a big bill. That's why we offer great value roaming bundles with discounts of over 90% on our standard rates.
In this case, the customer used much more data than her chosen bundle for Turkey. Due to the of the exceptional circumstances, we've offered a significant reduction on the bill.
A mum is facing a £20,000 mobile phone bill after she uploaded holiday snaps to Facebook while away in Turkey - despite buying "travel saver" internet bundles before leaving the UK.
Helen Christie, 40, rang up roaming charges of more than £2,700 per day while away with friends for a week in Gumbet, south west Turkey.
Her network, Orange, said by purchasing the bundles she had opted out of the £42 cap normally slapped on customers when abroad.
Ms Christie, from Woolwich in South East London, told the Mirror: “I thought it was a wind-up. The whole holiday only cost me £700. It’s disgusting. It’s scare tactics – people don’t realise what these companies are doing.”
Gad Harari took his place at the front of the queue yesterday with 17-year-old friend, Noah Green.
– Noah Green
I'm really excited. It's going to be incredible, this launch. It's going to be the biggest yet.
I collect Apple products... I pretty much have everything that Apple makes.
– Gad Harari
We are always among the first to get a new iPhone. I came down last night to be the first - this time we really wanted to be first.
It's how you really show your dedication to Apple products. As well as that, you do have the opportunity to sell your space.
I would probably sell my place in the queue for about £1,000. There are crazy people who are willing to do that.
The first iPhone fan to queue outside the firm's store in Regent Street for the latest model says he will consider selling his spot for £1,000.
iPhone mania begins. There's already a person in a tent camped outside the Apple Store on Regent Street.
So there appears to be a guy camped outside Regent Street Apple store, he must be waiting for the iPhone launch #OhDear
17-year-old Gad Harari is getting ready to spend his second night in a tent on the pavement as part of a four-day wait for the new 5S. The student has already refused an offer of £200 for his place in the queue, adding: "People will offer at least £500 or £600".