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Amazon offers quantum computer technology on its servers

The technology of quantum computers is another huge step forward for the largest technology companies. Amazon is betting on quantum computing using its own AWS infrastructure. Will this accelerate the development of quantum computers? Quantum computing means not only a breakthrough, but also huge expenses. Amazon, which until recently did not develop this direction, now, […]

Huawei introduced new TVs and smart speaker

Huawei, after the new MateBook laptops, showed two new TV models. These are Smart Screen V65 and Smart Screen V75. Both televisions have an LED Quantum Dot matrix, the ability to view in 4K resolution and HDR standard. Interestingly, a pop-up camera is located in the upper part. It can record video in 1080p format […]

A new quantum communication chip has been created, the size of which is 1000 times smaller than the size of other similar devices

Researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, have designed and manufactured a prototype of a new chip designed for use in the field of quantum communications. The most interesting in all of this is that the volume required to host this chip and its associated infrastructure is a thousand times smaller than the volume occupied by […]

Private company wants to “borrow” UFO technology

A private UFO search company received a new contract from the US government to develop technology that could help improve ground vehicles in the army. The company mentioned is TTSA, an organization founded 2 years ago by former Delink-182 guitarist Tom Delonge. A few months later, TTSA became the first company to publish records depicting […]

Created the first quantum processor consisting solely of interlaced light

An international team of scientists from Australia, Japan and the United States has created a prototype of a large-scale quantum processor consisting entirely of laser light. The concept of such a processor was developed just over ten years ago, this processor has a scalable architecture that allows you to increase the number of quantum computing […]

"Surfing" on sound waves – a new method for controlling the quantum state of single electrons

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have developed a new technology based on the use of high-frequency sound waves, which allows you to control the quantum state of a single electron. Moreover, the accuracy of control and management is a little more than 99 percent, which makes this achievement a significant step towards the creation […]

Giving nanoparticles a special shape provides them with the properties necessary for quantum technology

Currently, many groups of scientists are working with nanoparticles, tiny particles of various materials, only a few nanometers in size. Nanoparticles, in turn, come in various shapes — columns, spheres, cubes, bubbles, S-, V-shaped, etc. Interest in such particles is due to the fact that, due to their tiny size, they have quantum-mechanical properties, which […]

Scientists first created a unique quantum entanglement, W-state, in which three photons are involved

Researchers from the University of Illinois and other academic institutions first created a state of quantum entanglement in which three photons are involved. This would not be surprising if this state were not a unique special combination called the W state, in which the loss of one of the three photons does not lead to […]

2000 atoms in two places at the same time – a new record in the field of creating a state of quantum superposition

A group of scientists from the University of Vienna and the University of Basel tested the principle of quantum superposition on the largest scale in the entire history of science. Huge complex molecules, consisting of two thousand atoms, were placed in a state of superposition, being, at the same time, in two places at the […]

Physicists do not lose hope to combine quantum mechanics and General Relativity

Quantum mechanics and Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity are two opposites that form the basis of modern physics. However, these two fundamentals are mutually exclusive, from the point of view of the Theory of Relativity, all physical phenomena are based on the relation of motion between the observer and the observed object. But some […]

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