Quantum computing promises to vastly expand what technology companies can do with data -- and Google wants a part of it.
Editor's Pick “We are trying to be the first to build the quantum computer,” says Crow. "When we do it, and we will do it eventually, it’s going to be bigger than the moon landing.”
In quantum hacking, messages are sent from Alice to Bob. But if the Institute for Quantum Computing's contract hacker is successful, Eve gets the information instead.
Quantum Wave Fund will dedicate $100 million to startups making breakthroughs in quantum technology.
If you understand this, you're a genius. Stop reading immediately and create a Star Trek-style matter teleporter, charge the world royalties, and retire as the richest human in the history of the world.
D-Wave Systems closes a $30M round for controversial quantum computing
Research in Motion founder Mike Lazaridis, who created the BlackBerry smartphone, has donated $100 million to a new center pursuing radically small computing innovations.
IBM is announcing today that it has made major advances toward creating a practical, full-scale quantum computer, a fabled, theoretical machine that relies on the tiniest atomic properties to compute problems faster than any supercomputer that exists today.
Scientists at …