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Physicists just gifted us ‘quantum spin liquid,’ a weird new state of matter
For decades, quantum spin liquid had existed only as a theory.
IBM’s latest quantum chip breaks the elusive 100-qubit barrier
The journey to Eagle wasn't easy, and it's only a pitstop on the way to IBM's 1,000-qubit vision.
Canada’s Prime Minister Knows A Thing Or Two About Quantum Computers
Google and NASA Have A New Quantum Computer
Meet the D-Wave 2X
What’s The Point Of A Quantum Computer?
It's not what you've been told
Scientists Achieve On-Demand Quantum Teleportation For The First Time
Quantum teleportation, more reliable than ever before, at greater distances than ever before.
Commercial Quantum Computer Actually Works, According To New Testing
Spooky stuff is really happening in the world's first commercially available quantum processor.
A Diamond Quantum Bit Holds Data for Nearly Two Seconds at Room Temperature
To build a quantum computer, scientists first have to build a working qubit, or quantum bit, that is both controllable...
How It Would Work: Creating a Quantum Computer
A working, large-scale quantum computer is still a decade away, but researchers are currently turning a critical corner from theory to building the first small quantum systems
Cloud-Based Quantum Computing Will Allow Secure Calculation on Encrypted Bits
Double-blinded by the light