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December 22, 2011 by

US Airforce investigates holographic quantum computers

The US Airforce wants to build a holographic quantum computer, and rather than spending a whole chunk of time going right back to fundamentals, it is working on ways of doing it with off-the-shelf parts and panes of glass.The researchers set out their plans in a paper published in Physics ArXiv.

February 4, 2010 by

Touch Me Somewhere Else For A Change

Multi-touch isn’t just for tablets. It’s soon going to be everywhere, as the underlying technologies (whether resistive, capacitive or optical) solve many complex user interface problems.

February 2, 2009 by

Quantum holographic storage: it works!

Researchers at Stanford University have demonstrated quantum holographic storage, shattering long-held assumptions about the information limits of matter. Moving into the sub-atomic realm, they permanently stored 35 bits in the quantum space surrounding a single electron.

September 4, 2008 by

Office 2.0 Conference day one

David Allen discussed his 'getting things done' methodology with conference creator Ismael Ghalimi during the opening keynote session at the Office 2.0 conference at the St Regis Hotel, San Francisco.


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