D-Wave announces a faster “quantum computer”
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Doubles the number of qubits without increasing the number of cats

D-Wave Systems, which claims to make the world’s first quantum computer, today announced details of its most advanced quantum computing system, featuring a new 2000-qubit processor and no extra potentually dead or alive cats.

China puts quantum cats in space
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Birth control to Ginger Tom

China appears to be investing in a huge number of potentially dead or alive cats as it builds one of the world's biggest wireless quantum networks.

Microsoft spending a fortune on Quantum computing
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Is Steve Balmer dead, alive or both?

Software giant Microsoft is focusing a lot of its R&D money on quantum computing.

Oxford boffins create quantum hybrid logic gate
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Made from two types of Calcium and no cats

Researchers at Oxford University have created a ‘hybrid’ logic gate using two isotopes of calcium, the abundant isotope calcium-40 and the rare isotope calcium-43.

Google upgrades its quantum computer
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Installs a cat flap

Search engine Google is upgrading its quantum computer with a few more potentially alive or dead cats.

Intel invests in quantum cat chips
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Potentially dead and alive market

Software giant Intel has decided that there is money to be had in making quantum chips which are based on whether or not a theoretical cat is potentially dead or alive, or just popped out for a bit.

AMD explains why Quantum has Intel chip
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We sold our soul to Devil's Canyon

AMD's Project Quantum PC system, with graphics powered by two of the new Fiji GPUs may have got the pundits moist but it has been discovered that the beast has Intel inside

IBM lets Quantum cat out of the bag
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IBM has Quantum breakthrough

IBM  has revealed a new quantum chip which may or may not exist.

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