Quantum computing progress is slow, and investors are gloomy.
Companies are working to avoid a "quantum winter" that could stall progress and freeze startup investments.
Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton Zeilinger receive physics' top honor for detailing the weird phenomenon called quantum entanglement.
Exclusive: Quantum leader Rigetti Computing reveals its long-term plans to help carmakers and financial firms benefit from the potentially revolutionary machines.
"Do not wait until the quantum computers are in use by our adversaries to act," the government's computer security agency warns.
A company called Quantinuum proves that decades-old ideas about error correction really do work. That's key for keeping quantum computing calculations humming.
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The US government has overseen the design and testing of new post-quantum cryptography tech since 2016.
Securing digital communications will be tricky once quantum computers become advanced enough, White House says.
The virtual private network says it aims to keep encrypted communications captured today from being cracked in a fast-approaching post-quantum world.
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