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Verykool Quantum

Because of its insipid specs and performance, the Quantum isn't worth your while.

By October 8, 2014

2.5 stars Editors' rating October 8, 2014

MSRP: $229.80

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Samsung unveils TVs at CES with new 'quantum dot' tech

The Korean electronics maker doubles down on Ultra HD televisions and continues its push into home appliances with upgraded fridges and an oven.

By January 5, 2015

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Quantum dots: How nanocrystals can make LCD TVs better

Quantum dots promise better color and better efficiency for TVs. Here's how they work, and what they can do for modern TVs.

By January 26, 2015

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LG leaps quantum dot rivals with new TV

Samsung is widely expected to launch a line of LCD TVs with "quantum dot" technology at CES 2015, but LG has pipped it to the post with the first official announcement.

By December 16, 2014

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Scientists capture the first image of light behaving as both a particle and a wave

Researchers have achieved the first ever pictorial evidence that light can simultaneously behave as a particle and as a wave.

By March 3, 2015

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The Verykool Quantum is a budget KitKat smartphone

This unlocked phone has 4G LTE, but its limited features hold it back.

By October 7, 2014

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Scientists make quantum leap, teleport data from light to matter

In another breakthrough in the weird, wonky world of quantum physics, researchers teleport data an unprecedented distance with a novel technique -- inching us closer to the rise of a 'quantum Internet.'

By September 23, 2014

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Google looks to build quantum computer chips

Google's Quantum AI Lab is developing its own hardware for research into quantum computing and machine learning.

By September 3, 2014

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TV Buying Guide 2015

CNET breaks out the most important things to know when shopping for a new television.

By January 31, 2014

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Microsoft explains quantum computing so even you can understand

Quantum computing may someday blow away today's smartest machines. It's weird and heavy on the physics, but Microsoft thinks you can handle it.

By July 25, 2014