"I had never seen bananas."
Creative director Will Ho speaks to IBTimes UK at Gamescom 2017.
Medical staff in Erbil treating wounded people unable to pay for operations as war continues.
Former professor of nuclear science Henri Waelbroeck discusses the inner workings of the Portware Brain.
After 18 seasons in rugby, Goode has swapped his boots for the corporate world.
Gaurav Chakravorty, co-founder of AI investment advisors qplum, compares sport to trading.
The youngest and only female CEO of a City brokerage firm tells IBTimes UK it's time to dump Brexit alarmism and concentrate on positives.
Study finds disturbing evidence in the attitude of attackers towards victims in India's endemic rape crisis.
Tezos is a smart contract blockchain platform that recently raised $232m.
MultiChain's partner programme includes the likes of Accenture, Cognizant and Medici Ventures.
IBTimes UK talks to Frank Habineza as country prepares to hold presidential election.
Quantitative trading is a production problem because quantitative strategies don't last forever.
Richard Gendal Brown, chief technology officer at R3, was previously executive architect for banking and financial markets at IBM.
Eduardo C. Leite tells IBTimes UK the British legal industry is in a great place and will remain so regardless of Brexit.
Jens Matthies on B.J. Blazkowicz, Nazi-occupied America and options for a peaceful dialogue (there are none).
Bango CEO Ray Anderson tells IBTimes UK paying for purchases via your phone bill is more common than you think.
More than one million children have fled South Sudan since war erupted in 2013.
"Refugees get a bad press as people think they want to come to Europe, but they have no choice but to leave their home"
Enigma CEO Hicham Oudghiri says anything a government would file in the public domain we have set up to grab.
Interview: Rob Greig, the House of Commons' online guardian, speaks to IBTimes UK.