IBTimes UK sits down with Star Wars Battlefront 2 writer Mitch Dyer to discuss creative freedom, the expanded universe and what Star Wars means to him.
Fate of Mugabe family unclear as reports suggest sacked vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who is very close to military figures, is back in the country.
"A typical day may start with breakfast at home in Dubai, then lunch over Greece and dinner in London."
Real-time location data specialist Thasos has spent six years in stealth – one of those on-site at a $10bn-plus hedge fund.
Underpinned by the Industrial Internet of Things, the concept is changing industrial and manufacturing processes in the digital age.
Six researchers spent 8 months living in total isolation inside a small dome to assess the psychological impact of an extended Mars mission.
Company's CEO Simon Talling-Smith tells IBTimes UK its 'membership driven' air service will change the lives of frequent flyers.
The 25-year-old business owner is just the latest candidate to be fired from the long-running BBC series.
Andrew Trask, founder of the OpenMined project, will be talking about homomorphic encryption and deep learning at Newsweek's AI and data science conference in New York.
Estimize will be offering one of the L2Q training days as part of Newsweek's data science and capital markets event in New York later this year.
From having an office with seven employees to annual revenues of $9.4bn, WWT's rise over the last 27 years has been meteoric.
Fretten believes he wasn't quite right for the BBC1 show and reveals why it wouldn't have worked with Lord Sugar.
The AIS Index tracks the performance of a US large-cap sector-rotation strategy, based on sentiment scoring extracted from news data.
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.