Quantum it is rather good
Mozilla today launched Firefox 57, branded Firefox Quantum, for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS. We have been running it for a month or so and it is rather good.
Powered by millions of dead or alive cats
The ever shrinking Big Blue is expanding what it calls quantum computing as a cloud service.
It can even handle Fudz' CMS
After being stuck in the slow lane for ages, Mozilla’s new Quantum browser is starting to look like it might be faster than Chrome.
Written a language for a computer which does not exist
Microsoft is trying to be prepared for the new breed of quantum computers, even though a true quantum PC does not exist yet.
Who needs dead cats when you have a lot of sheep?
Aussie boffins, squatting in the outback, have come up with a new form of quantum computer which does not involve cats and will be dramatically easier and cheaper to produce.
Uses the power of potentially dead or alive cats
China has managed to harness the power of cats who may or may not be dead to send an unbreakable quantum code from space.
1,200 kilometres without needing a cat
Chinese boffins have sent intertwined quantum particles from a satellite to ground stations separated by 1,200 kilometres, smashing the previous world record and not needing a cat to work.
Cool for potentially dead or alive cats
Software king of the world Microsoft has some rather cool quantum computing plans which involves rather a lot of ice.
Down to a few years away.
Biggish Blue has said that it will build and sell commercial 50-qubit universal quantum computers, dubbed IBM Q, "in the next few years."