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Honeywell to roll out quantum computer

Industrial conglomerate Honeywell International Inc. said Tuesday that it plans to introduce an early-stage quantum computer for commercial experiments within about three months, with JPMorgan Chase & Co. as the first public user. A Honeywell executive said the machine is set to be the world’s most powerful quantum computer by one measure, as it vies for a leading position in the nascent...

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3 ETFs Focusing on innovative cutting-edge technology.

by Ian Young Many investors are familiar with the 4G mobile internet network, but soon 5G networks will outmaneuver the status quo as the next generation of mobile internet connectivity, offering faster speeds and more reliable connections on smartphones and other devices than ever before. Unifying cutting-edge network technology and groundbreaking research, 5G should provide consumers w...

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2019: America's Quantum Leap Year

By Arthur Herman - Forbes Contributor Quantum computing concept. Circuit and qubits in background. 3D rendered illustration. Getty Images In terms of quantum technology, 2018 was an amazing year for the United States. It was the year most Americans, including our government officials, realized that the quantum revolution, when superfast computers will use the principles of quantum physic...

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House passes bill creating national quantum computing program that can boost cybersecurity

By John Mckinnon  Intel Corp. CEO Brian Krzanich delivers a keynote address at CES 2018 in Las Vegas last January. Congress on Wednesday approved a bill aimed at speeding U.S. development of quantum computing, an emerging technology with potentially revolutionary uses in cybersecurity and other areas. The House passed the bill Wednesday evening, 348-11, following approval in the Senate l...

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Quantum computing, not AI, will define our future

It's the 21st century space race By William Hurley Tech Crunch The word “quantum” gained currency in the late 20th century as a descriptor signifying something so significant it defied the use of common adjectives. For example, a “quantum leap” is a dramatic advancement (also an early 1990’s television series starring Scott Bakula). At best, that is an imprecise (though entertaining) def...

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THE WIRED GUIDE TO QUANTUM COMPUTING

By Tom Simonite BIG THINGS HAPPEN when computers get smaller. Or faster. And quantum computing is about chasing perhaps the biggest performance boost in the history of technology. The basic idea is to smash some barriers that limit the speed of existing computers by harnessing the counterintuitive physics of subatomic scales. If the tech industry pulls off that, ahem, quantum leap, you w...

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