Group often claims it's behind terror attacks in the West, but experts argue such claims are unsubstantiated and could just be a propaganda tool.
There were recently rumours in the twittersphere that China's ban on trading Bitcoin was likely a temporary move.
The Duchess of Cambridge has undergone quite a style evolution in recent years, noted by red carpet stylist Kimmy Kertes.
The wedding service company owner was the fourth candidate to be fired from The Apprentice last night (25 October).
Yasir Qhadi rejects claims he advocates for the death of homosexuals and calls for prosecution of those who try to forcefully implement "Islamic law" in the West.
Inès Rau has become Playboy's first transgender Playmate, but Tula paved the way after being outed by the News of the World.
The Knowledge Graph uses a common language of Permanent Identifiers which connect some two billion relationships.
Star Wars Battlefront 2's story-driven campaign casts players as an elite Imperial soldier as she starts to question authority and the Empire she's loyally served.
Haitian rapper and philanthropist talks to IBTimes UK on migration, racism and life in America under the Donald Trump administration.
One of NVIDIA's first deep learning in finance lab courses will be taking place on 5 December at Newsweek's AI and Data Science in Capital Markets event.
The barrister from London spoke to IBTimes UK about his experience on The Apprentice after being fired on the third episode.
Gemologist Grant Mobley speaks to IBTimes UK about the history of some of the Duchess's most iconic pieces.
Trent McConaghy asserts the need for a global data commons – data that ought to be out in the open, free for anyone to use.
NYU professor Gordon Ritter constructed an artificial system which he knew would admit a profitable strategy, to see if a machine would find it.
Wan was the second candidate to be fired from this series of The Apprentice after the boys failed on the interior design task.