With Occupy London set to break-out of its St. Paul's base, turning the whole of London into its stage, the International Business Times UK examines the movement, exploring where it came from and where it's going.
With the Occupy movement looking set to survive into the New Year and tensions between protesters and police reaching boiling point, the International Business Times UK celebrates the movement, chronicling its activities in 2011.
With the body of Occupy protests being made up of numerous groups and individuals, each with their own demands and motives, the International Business Times UK takes a look at the diverse range of artwork to stem from the movement.
Having overcome its opening volume bug, the Galaxy Nexus is finally at full-health and we here at the International Business Times UK couldn't be happier, as despite not feeling as expensive in your hand as Apple's iPhone 4S, the new Nexus is an awesome piece of kit.
With Christmas buying reaching its peak, the king has fallen with Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim taking the hallowed top-spot from Activision's previously unkillable Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
Blasting past the company’s flesh-hungry guardians, the IBTimes UK broke into Capcom’s inner sanctum, getting an exclusive hands-on playthrough of the opening two levels of Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. Better still -- kind people that we are -- rather than hoarding our ammo supply, we’re sharing our experience, firing off a full preview, chronicling our opening impressions of Capcom’s new zombie filled squad-based shooter.
Adding to the growing cacophony of analysts praising the Kindle Fire, a fresh report has emerged claiming Amazon's new wallet-friendly device will become a key player in the market, hedging out Samsung as the world's number two tablet maker.