On Monday, Germany-based polymer manufacturer Covestro announced a 5-year collaboration agreement with San Francisco-based quantum computing software developer QC Ware. Together, the companies will work to the develop quantum computing algorithms that can improve Covestro’s manufacturing processes and materials.

“We are

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Doom being ported to unusual hardware has become a common recurring tech theme over the years, but now it has been ported to a BIOS. Coreboot has been updated to version 4.17 today, reports Linux-centric news site Phoronix. Originally known as LinuxBIOS, which provides a better clue to its utility value, Coreboot 4.17 supports new motherboards, delivers a new

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The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol is preparing for a crucial week as it prepares to finally share with the public the fruits of its months-long investigation into the riot in prime time on Thursday. 

The 8 p.m. hearing kicking off a series of meetings shows the committee is eager to reach a broad segment

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CUPERTINO, Calif., June 6 (Reuters) – Apple Inc (AAPL.O) on Monday announced it would more deeply integrate its software into the core driving systems of cars, while the iPhone maker rolled out a slew of features for payments and business collaboration and a pair of new laptops.

The announcements at Apple’s annual developer conference showed a company that was once

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More than 30 Syracuse University faculty and leaders and representatives from the U.S. Air Force Research Lab convened on campus on May 6 to ideate around future collaboration opportunities. These include combined research initiatives in quantum information science and quantum computing technology.

This latest meeting follows the March renewal of an Educational Partnership Agreement between the AFRL and Syracuse University

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With the Linux 5.19 merge window complete, here is my usual look at all of the interesting changes I’ve been watching for this next version of the Linux kernel. Linux 5.19 is quite a big summer time upgrade to this open-source kernel with many new and improved features coming for this kernel that will debut as stable in late July.

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CUPERTINO, Calif. — More than two years into the coronavirus pandemic, Apple made a big push on Monday to return to normalcy by inviting hundreds of software developers and journalists to its campus for an unveiling of a range of new software features that expand the iPhone’s utility.

Over a two-hour presentation, Apple revealed a buy-now-pay-later program that splits a

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