Research lab Ink & Switch wants to harness the benefits of productivity and communication without forcing users to give up control of their data.
The company’s AWS unit will allow customers to tap quantum machines from three startups. The offering follows a similar service from Microsoft.
Coders face their own version of update hell. Users of an old version of the popular Python language face a reckoning at the end of the year.
The creators of BlueMail, who are suing Apple, take their case directly to Tim Cook in the name of “fairness and empathy.”
First launched in 2008, the open source hub is launching its first apps for iOS and Android.
The CEO spoke with WIRED’s editor in chief about the pros and cons of replacing in-person workplace conversations with messaging software.
The cofounder of the messaging service and the current chair of the Signal Foundation talks about the proliferation of end-to-end encryption in personal communications.
The company will allow its cloud customers to tap quantum computers made by Honeywell and two startups.
The operator of the Wayback Machine allows Wikipedia’s users to check citations from books as well as the web.
Google shows off its Sycamore chip that it says reached “quantum supremacy,” but it will still be years before quantum computing is useful.
A paper from Google leaked last month claimed its researchers had achieved “quantum supremacy.” Now IBM says Google rigged the test.