Google is starting development on super-fast quantum computing chips. Could this mean faster Google Now and AI?
Quantum computing might not be all its cracked up to be as the D-Wave 2 fails a speed test made for classic computers.
Boffins and analysts regularly suggest that silicon's days are numbered. For various technical reasons that we'll explore, they consign silicon to the dustbin. We wanted to know if they were right to ring the knell. Assuming silicon chips really have evolved as far as they can, what's going to replace them?
Scientists from Japan and Australia have succeeded in teleporting wave packets of light with complex quantum make-up from one place to another for the first time ever.
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Researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology have managed to crack a candidate for secure Internet traffic in the age of the quantum computer - the superpowerful computer of the future
High speed quantum computers could be one step closer with a new technique for examining superconducting materials