Google's Bristlecone making progress in Quantum Computing

Google’s Bristlecone making progress in Quantum Computing

It is a year since Google announced Bristlecone, its 72-qubit quantum processor. Since then the Quantum AI team hasn’t made any further announcements. However, there is now a series of videos that show that progress is being made We came across these videos via a new series on the Google blog.  According to Peter Schottenfels, who describes himself as a tech newbie: Ask a Techspert is a new series on the Keyword asking Googler experts to explain complicated technology for the rest of us. This isn’t meant to be comprehensive, but just enough to make you sound smart at a dinner party. To jump in at the deep end the first Techspert…

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Samsung Galaxy S10: What we know so far

Samsung unveils new Galaxies for 2019

Samsung has unveil the latest line-up of their Galaxy S range of smart devices. Learn more from the video below. Samsung promise to release even better devices in the days to come. Oh you remember the leaks from early January we reported, they are what plus more of what Samsung delivered. Check out the video above for details.

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Tomography and Instant Print of 3D Objects

Tomography and Instant Print of 3D Objects

Instead of making you wait hours or days, a new approach to 3D printing gives you the object almost at once. It seems like magic, but it’s all down to an adaptation of an already wildly successful algorithm. If you have ever watched a 3D printer slowly build up a 3D object one line at a time you will know that it quite quickly gets boring. The big problem with the standard machine is that just takes so long to produce a part. If you have to wait overnight to see the perfect result then OK. But not OK, if it’s not OK – the part that is. In most cases, 3D…

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Founded as a subsidiary of ZTE Mobile Corporation in 2002 and headquartered in Shenzhen’s famous Hi-Tech Industrial Park. Nubia Mobile owned a large R&D center and manufacturing facilities in Shenzhen, as well as a R&D centre in Fuzhou city with major businesses including 2G/3G wireless terminals, mobile phones, modules, and value-added services. Nubia Mobile became Nubia Technology in 2012 and as an independent company on June 9, 2015 to provides the latest in smartphone technology at a better value than comparable devices. Nubia Technology recieved a significant investment from Suning Holdings Group and Suning Commerce Group in 2016. Nubia Technology devices come with the sophisticated combination of hardware and software solutions,…

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Instagram launches IGTV, a potential competitor to YouTube

Instagram was launched in October 2010 exclusively on iOS, followed by an Android version in April 2012. In less than eight years, the photo and video-sharing social networking service has reached 1 billion users worldwide. Announcing the news through a blog post, Kevin Systrom, Co-Founder & CEO, Instagram, wrote, “this is a major accomplishment — so from all of us at Instagram, thank you!” However, it’s not just that. Instagram has also made a feature announcement this week, which the company believes is its “most exciting feature to date.” The company has revealed an upcoming standalone app, IGTV, which will allow Instagram video creators to upload vertical videos of up to an hour long. IGTV Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger launched Instagram…

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