London has taken the title of top wi-fi city according to a survey.
The RSA Security report looked at the growth of wi-fi in three key financial centres: London, New York and Paris.
According to the findings wireless access points in London grew by 160% in the last 12 month putting it ahead of the other two cities.
The growth in London was not at the expense of security, found the survey, as the percentage of vulnerable access points fell.
This is actually quite surprising to see given that the UK was generally left behind the rest of the western world in terms of Wifi technologies. BBC News Report