Dr. Geordie Rose is a founder and Chief Technology Officer at D-Wave Computers. Geordie was at the IdeaCity conference in Toronto where he made an impassioned presentation about D-Wave and quantum computing.
Researchers transmit information from one tiny circuit to another
It's an electric gun, boogie woogie woogie.
When the time comes to get rid of that old computer, follow these simple steps to turn your machine back into a clean slate.
Quantum computers of the future will have the potential to give artificial intelligence a major boost, a series of studies suggests.
Mike Lazaridis, founder and former CEO of BlackBerry, may be forgiven for not having the foresight of recognising the threat that the iPhone and Android smartphones would pose to his business.
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Mike Lazaridis invented the BlackBerry. Now he wants to create an industry around quantum computing.
When Florida lawmakers recently voted to ban all Internet cafes, they worded the bill so poorly that they effectively outlawed every computer in the state, according to a recent lawsuit.
Researchers at MIT, Harvard and the Vienna University of Technology have developed a proof-of-concept optical switch that can be controlled by a single photon and is the equivalent of a transistor in an electronic circuit.
The border between our physical world and the digital information surrounding us has been getting thinner and thinner.
Spooky stuff is really happening in the world's first commercially available quantum processor.
Google bought one. So did Lockheed Martin, one of the world’s largest defense contractors. But we still can’t agree on what it is they bought.
Most people don't know about the existence of quantum computers.
Another E3's come and gone and this year was quite the show with two new consoles on show for the very first time. E3 attendees flocked to both Sony and Microsoft's booths to check out the PS4 and Xbox One.
Amazon has finally uploaded a variety of launch day bundles for the PS4, their pre-order guaranteeing delivery on the consoles release date.
HTC has developed an innovation called Fetch, and has filed an application for its trademark in Taiwan’s NCC.
Most people have no clue that quantum computing exists. Even fewer know how it works.
It’s that time again. Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference is set to kick off with a keynote at 10 a.m. PST this morning. We’ll be there to share the exciting news and updates as it unfolds live.
Eleven robots faced off in a Massachusetts field on Wednesday, showing off their ability to independently track down objects in a hunt for $1.5 million in prize money at a NASA-sponsored contest aimed at speeding technological development.
The Raspberry Pi is a Linux computer that costs just $35, making it a perfect computer for the electronics hobbyist or tinkerers.
So-called quantum computers are designed to quickly crunch numbers that would take a person a lifetime or longer—for instance, mapping trillions of amino acids for futuristic drug cures or making sense of the avalanche of public data we create daily.
1080p is old news. Ultrabook resolution is about to get crazy, and the first ultra-resolution-ultrabook to hit the market is this pint-sized powerhouse from Toshiba, which packs 2560 x 1440 pixels into a 13.3-inch screen, a first for a machine of....
Even by the standards of the TED conference, Henry Markram’s 2009 TEDGlobal talk was a mind-bender.
Kareem Choudhry, development manager for Microsoft's Kinect, shows off new ways the Xbox One will track the user's body, including infrared imaging, face recognition, and heart-rate monitoring.
An Australian team unveils the fundamental building block of a scalable quantum computer that could be embedded in today’s silicon chips
I don’t think I’ve ever hated a piece of cloth so much in my entire life.
The Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab will use the most advanced commercially available quantum computer, the D-Wave Two.
Inside this lab, your mobile phone doesn’t work. You don’t feel any outside noise or vibrations, even if a freight train passes just a few feet away.
New hardware could lead to wireless devices that identify and exploit unused transmission frequencies, using radio spectrum much more efficiently.