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New, better way to build circuits for world's first useful quantum computers
The era of quantum computers is one step closer. New research demonstrates a new way to pack a lot more quantum computing power into a much smaller space and with much greater control than ever before. The result is important for the development of quantum computers that can do computations (...)
[Science daily]

Visual cloud computing methods could help first responders in disaster scenarios
Visual data created by numerous security cameras, personal mobile devices and aerial video provide useful data for first responders and law enforcement. That data can be critical in terms of knowing where to send emergency personnel and resources, tracking suspects in man-made disasters, or (...)
[Science daily]

Managing big data in the era of cloud computing
Company CTOs are increasingly considering more robust, holistic solutions to their company's data management needs. With the move to cloud storage and access, there are now new challenges regarding data security, access, analytics strategies and IT service delivery. Computacenter is one (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Managing big data in the era of cloud computing
Company CTOs are increasingly considering more robust, holistic solutions to their company's data management needs. With the move to cloud storage and access, there are now new challenges regarding data security, access, analytics strategies and IT service delivery. Computacenter is one (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Power of supercomputing to find rare-earth refining alternatives
Scientists have identified agents for the separation of rare-earth metals that are potentially much less costly and better-performing than those currently used.
[Science daily]

Toshiba Develops World's First High-Speed, Low-Power, 1Xnm Size MTJ Element for Non-Volatile STT-MRAM For 2X nm Generation And Later Transistors
Toshiba Corporation has developed Magnetic Tunnel Junction (MTJ) elements for STT-MRAM non-volatile Magnetoresistive Random Access memory for 2X nm generation and beyond silicon transistors cache memory, required for future high-performance low-power-consumption computing. The MTJ elements (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

Reduce cyberslacking, increase physical activity with a tap, a click or a kick
An innovative wearable technology for standing desks that creates a new way of interacting with your computer could reduce cyberslacking and increase healthy movement. Researchers are hoping to make computing a bit more fun and physically active all while helping computer users kick (...)
[Science daily]

Device used in Nazi coding machine found for sale on eBay
Rare Lorenz teleprinter, part of Hitler’s encryption equipment, snapped up by National Museum of Computing For codebreakers with the allied forces, it was more important a discovery than the Enigma machine, offering encryption for the Nazi command that, when cracked, would hasten the end of the (...)
[The Guardian]

Early computers as objets d’art
Eye-catching design didn’t begin with Apple, as a new, digitally-aided photography series illustrates “Dials and buttons, knobs and switches; they’re very charming,” says James Ball, the digital art director behind a new photography series called Guide to Computing, which celebrates early (...)
[The Guardian]

Doubling down on Schrödinger's cat
Physicists have given Schrödinger's famous cat a second box to play in, and the result may help further the quest for reliable quantum computing.
[Science daily]

Computing a secret, unbreakable key
What once took months by some of the world's leading scientists can now be done in seconds by undergraduate students thanks to new software, paving the way for fast, secure quantum communication. Researchers developed the first available software to evaluate the security of any protocol for (...)
[Science daily]

Has the age of quantum computing arrived?
It’s a mind-bending concept with the potential to change the world, and Canadian tech company D-Wave claims to have cracked the code Ever since Charles Babbage’s conceptual, unrealised Analytical Engine in the 1830s, computer science has been trying very hard to race ahead of its time. (...)
[The Guardian]

Scientists create 'rewritable magnetic charge ice'
Scientists have developed a new material, called 'rewritable magnetic charge ice,' that permits an unprecedented degree of control over local magnetic fields and could pave the way for new computing technologies.
[Science daily]

Historic 'email' hack details revealed
An archive detailing a historic hack and its fallout has been handed over to the UK's National Museum of Computing.
[BBC News]

Fighting the Zika virus with the power of supercomputing
A new international project is aiming to identify potential drugs to fight the Zika virus, using the supercomputing power of IBM's World Community Grid to dramatically reduce the time it would otherwise take.
[Science daily]

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