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A quantum computer from D-Wave
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Commercial quantum firm D-Wave gets $30 million more to fund its dreams

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Northern Fells Cumbria, © Bobble Hat at the English language Wikipedia
On by Steve McCaskill 0

Mobile Operators Association and National Parks England agree partnership to help sustain businesses in National Parks

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Raspberry Pi
On by Max Smolaks 2

The new board doubles the number of USBs, adds more GPIO pins and support for external hard drives

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Tech4Good-Awards-winners-624x350
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The eight winners include SpecialEffect, which helps victims of paralysis play video games

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Foxconn factory Shenzhen China 2005 - by Steve Jurvetson from Wikimedia
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Samsung blind-sided with child labour allegations at a factory in mainland China belonging to a supplier

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IBM-Micron 3D TSV chip diagram
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IBM to spend $3bn on computer chip research to reinvigorate its slumping hardware unit

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Tom Levey
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As London buses say 'goodbye' to cash fares, travel and mobile payment apps will become increasingly important, predicts Tom Levey, chief technologist at AppDynamics

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Project Calico logo
On by Max Smolaks 0

Project Calico offers free, innovative virtual networking model based on IP addresses

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zentilia
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Enterprise-ready Ultrastar C10K1800 can store 1.8TB of data in a 2.5-inch form factor

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printed label harvests radio power cropped
On by Peter Judge 0

Radio power from mobile phones could enable sensors on printed smart labels for Internet of Things applications

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