Researchers in the Netherlands have established an entanglement-based network between three quantum processors for the first time.
Launched in South Korea, the Quantum 2 smartphone has a quantum random number generator chip built in.
AWS researchers have published a new approach to error correction that could pave the way for a fault-tolerant quantum system.
The move comes as quantum computing vendors are racing to leverage Qiskit to build out the software ecosystem.
Qiskit Machine Learning is designed to add a touch of quantum computing to machine-learning models, even with little knowledge of particle physics.
IBM has unveiled its very first quantum developer certification, but what exactly does it suggest on a developer's CV?
Quantum Motion says that its latest experiment paves the way for large-scale, practical quantum computers.
For the first time, Big Blue is bringing its quantum hardware directly to a customer, instead of offering quantum services over the cloud.
New research from NIST could hold the key to accelerating the development of large-scale quantum computers packing one million qubits - using simple telecommunications cables.
Big Blue has made Qiskit Metal generally available, to let "anyone" try their hand at quantum hardware design.
D-Wave Systems believes its application of quantum computing is ready for mainstream deployment, where it already is addressing real-world business challenges, but use of the technology in cracking cryptography is still some years away.
IBM's new programming tools are part of a broader quantum computing effort to build out a developer ecosystem leveraging the Qiskit programming language.
A European bank has been working with KPMG and a team of scientists to apply quantum computing to portfolio optimization.
Honeywell's H1 quantum system has reached a record-high quantum volume.
Researchers from pharmaceutical company GSK investigated whether existing quantum computers could already assist with drug discovery.
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It will start building the network in the second half of this year.
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The SmartCan can get itself to the curb on garbage day without you having to remember to put it there. This is progress.
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