Silicon-laced diamonds could lead to practical quantum computers
A little bit of silicon turns diamond defects into better quantum bits.
IBM unveils its most powerful quantum processor yet
And the company is seeking your algorithms and experiments to run on it.
IBM plans to build a universal quantum computer
It would be the first commercial system of its kind.
Scientists prove it's possible to build a DNA computer
This decades-old theoretical concept is inching closer to reality.
Scientists hold the first quantum computer face-off
IBM's and University of Maryland's quantum computers engage in an algorithm-crunching battle.
D-Wave has its first customer for a $15 million quantum computer
Scientists aren't entirely convinced of the machine's capabilities, however.
The world's smallest radio works through tiny diamond flaws
Defects were never so useful.
Australians researchers have built a better qubit
It's ten times more stable and could lead to a quantum computing breakthrough.
Atomic-sized MRI uses quantum bits to help discover new drugs
Existing scanning techniques often affect the molecules being studied.