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    First quantum computer to pack 100 qubits enters crowded race

    The innards of an IBM quantum computer show the tangle of cables used to control and read out its qubits.Credit: IBM IBM’s newest quantum-computing chip, revealed on 15 November, established a milestone of sorts: it packs in 127 quantum bits (qubits), making it the first such device to reach 3 digits. But the achievement is only one step in an aggressive agenda boosted by billions of dollars in investments across the industry. The ‘Eagle’ chip is a step towards IBM’s goal of creating a 433-qubit quantum processor next year, followed by one with 1,121 qubits, named Condor, by 2023.  

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  • SEO

    5 Essential Enterprise SEO Trends To Watch In 2022

    Over the last year, the role of enterprise SEO across every type of business and industry has become the number one area of focus. As the most cost-effective way for people to discover products and services, SEO has also evolved to be a critical strategic channel that feeds insights into consumer behavior and customer intent across all areas of an enterprise. In this article, we identify five key trends and areas of opportunity to watch for in 2022. The Big Picture In Enterprise SEO For 2022 Enterprise SEO involves managing SEO at a scale, typically within or for organizations that  

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  • Website Design

    Sustainable Website Design

    PHOTO: Alexey Marchenko | unsplash “The first thing is that very few people know about the carbon impact of the internet!” So says Nicolas Paries, founder of Hey Low, a design studio building low-carbon brands and websites. This is the constant, recurrent theme of digital. Its invisibility. Its seeming immaterialism. The fact that it’s “in the cloud.” Except that the cloud is on the ground. The internet is by far the biggest machine ever built. If the internet was a country, it would be the seventh-largest polluter. We produce enough e-waste every year to build a Great Wall of  

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  • Technology News

    Yara Debuts World’s First Autonomous Electric Container Ship

    The world’s first fully electric and self-steering container ship, owned by fertiliser maker Yara, is preparing to navigate Norway’s southern coast and play its part in the country’s plans to clean-up its industry. The Yara Birkeland, an 80-metre-long (87 yards) so-called feeder, is set to replace lorry haulage between Yara’s plant in Porsgrunn in southern Norway and its export port in Brevik, about 14 km (8.7 miles) away by road, starting next year. It will cut 1,000 tonnes of carbon emissions per year, equivalent to 40,000 diesel-powered journeys by road, and is expected to be fully autonomous in two years. 

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  • Gadjet And Laptop

    The ultimate buyers guide for laptops

    Are you in search of a new laptop computer? We’ve got you covered. This weekend we take a look at some of the many different kinds of laptops available and offer tips on how to choose one. Read on to check out our laptop buyers guide and find the device that’s right for you. Walk into any Best Buy or similar retailer and you’ll likely stumble upon a vast department of computer products. What you’ll also find is a sea of laptops that far exceed your ability to remember what each of them offers before you reach the end. That’s  

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    Computer crash sends Kansas university back to the 1970s

    An official at Friends University said they had to take down Wi-Fi and parts of the school’s online network after “unusual activity” was found on the network. Mickey Shannon A computer system crash has hit Friends University hard, taking out the school’s Wi-Fi, e-mail and organizational software at various points over the past week, according to students and faculty. Numerous campus patrons have reported multiple and recurring problems logging in, accessing and submitting assignments, and communicating with the campus community. The university issued a list of talking points to its faculty Thursday about what to tell students and others about  

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