The German automaker and the tech powerhouse combine forces to make use of quantum computing for smarter vehicles and infrastructure.
The two goliaths will use cutting-edge computing power to research traffic flow, EV batteries and artificial intelligence.
Ready for a guaranteed weather forecast or perfect cancer screening?
It could take a few decades to go mainstream, but IBM researchers have managed to make sci-fi storage a real thing. Also: WikiLeaks, and "groufies."
The research breakthrough isn't yet practical, but it's the direction the industry is headed. Imagine storing 26 million songs in your smartwatch.
Customers in chemistry and finance will be able to pay to use the IBM Q systems -- if they can adapt to the bizarre world of quantum physics.
The same government seeking to future-proof its secrets and our own digital privacy also wants to make sure it can bypass encryption.
Big Blue opens its five-qubit quantum computer to the public via a Web platform, signaling that the technology is mature and stable enough for anyone to use.
High-frequency sound waves help this new scanning technology cut through grime, and make authenticating your identity with your finger more secure than ever.
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