European Commission blocking £10.5bn sale of O2 has set the region's biggest operators back on their heels.
Cornell associate professor Emin Gün Sirer was demonstrating IC3's Teechain at Consensus 2017.
Raúl Rubio discusses the ups and downs of developing a personal adventure.
John Olesky, a managing director for loan platforms at IHS Markit, details DLT journey so far.
Boss of digital mock-up outfit discusses his company's corporate journey, sustainability and the beauty of 3D.
Hiroaki Kato tackles the tricky subject of "what the fans want from Final Fantasy" with IBTimes UK.
Williams founded the retailer when he was just 23 with a friend and £40,000 of savings he had scraped together.
Lightyear.io is co-founded by McCaleb and ex-Palantir executive Brit Yonge.
Freed hostages were part of more than 200 schoolgirls Boko Haram kidnapped from Chibok village in April 2014.
Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby recently spoke to IBTimes UK to promote the bonkers British comedy.
IBM Watson Financial Services is using Promontory Financial Group to teach the AI about regulations.
Bonkers Brit comedy is produced by Steve Coogan and Ridley Scott, and features a cameo by Kenneth Branagh.
The global law firm has released its second chapter on DLT technology, focused on the insurance industry.
UCL's Professor Philip Treleaven wants to break new ground in UK 'regtech'.
Visa's innovation and fraud experts Bill Gajda and Peter Bayley talk about biometrics and tokenisation.
Kristine Olson-Chapman tells IBTimes UK digital economy could become more important for the UK post-Brexit.
The 31-year-old star also told IBTimes UK that she hopes the movie will inspire a "new generation of female writers".
IBTimes UK sits down with lead designer Ian Frazier and art director Joel MacMillan.
The Mummy Diaries is back on ITVBe for a third series.
KyoLAB is making WhatsApp, WeChat and Telegram compliant with regulations like MiFID II.