Never mind the quantum cats we need drop bears
Aussie boffins in Sydney have demonstrated a quantum integrated circuit made up of just a few atoms made from kangaroos which are potentially dead or fair dinkum.
No word on Tom Riker
Boffins at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands have made the first steps towards a quantum internet by using quantum teleportation to send data across three physical locations.
The plan is potentially alive and dead
IBM is ready to expand quantum technology into supercomputing – a gift for Bond villains everywhere.
At least to AWS customers
The Australian National University (ANU) is putting its ANU Quantum Numbers (AQN) online random number generator has been launched on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace.
Former employees say the tech is a bit pants
Arqit says its encryption system can't be broken by quantum computers, but former employees and people outside the company question the relevance of its technology.
Quantum Message flung over 102.2 km
Researchers in Beijing have set a new quantum secure direct communication (QSDC) world record of 102.2 km (64 miles), smashing the previous mark of 18 km (11 miles).
Tsar Putin and his Chinese chums might call in the moggies
David Spirk, the chief data officer for America's Department of Defense, is rather worried about the potential of quantum computers to crack encryption on sensitive data.
36-qubit quantum circuits
Fujitsu claims to have developed a quantum computer simulator capable of handling 36-qubit quantum circuits on a cluster system featuring the company's supercomputer PRIMEHPC FX 700.
Would need to be a million times larger
Quantum computers would need to become around one million times larger than they are today in order to break the SHA-256 algorithm that secures bitcoin.