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A Microsoft quantum leader explains how she rose through the ranks at Microsoft and how to get a job in the hottest emerging tech field

Aussie executives gave us their biggest tech predictions for 2020 – from 3D printing entire meals to drones delivering your pizza

Jeff Bezos got a jump scare, but he'll be back

Google says its cutting-edge computing breakthrough could be used to solve large-scale problems that 'would otherwise be impossible'

Google scientists have claimed a massive breakthrough in cutting-edge computing with 'quantum supremacy'

A quantum computing startup that spun out of a Harvard lab just came out of stealth mode with $2.7 million in seed funding from investors like Samsung

A Microsoft general manager explains how people can start getting the skills they need for the quantum computing revolution today

Quantum computing could change everything, and IBM is racing with Microsoft, Intel, and Google to conquer it. Here's what you need to know.

Microsoft is hoping to turn the Pacific Northwest into ground zero for quantum computing

IBM unveils the world's first quantum computer that businesses can actually use to solve previously impossible problems

As Facebook loses 50 million users' data, this $10,000 Australian invention could be a key to global data security

Sydney just entered the race to build the world's first quantum computer

Venture capital is backing Australian research into quantum computing

Intel just challenged IBM and Google in a type of supercomputing that uses temperatures 250 times colder than deep space

Bill Gates says even he doesn't understand the maths behind quantum computing, the next big thing in tech

Commonwealth Bank gets Asia-Pacific's first quantum computing simulator outside university sector

China is about to launch an un-hackable satellite -- and take the lead in a new space race

We just got better at detecting this phenomenon in quantum physics that Einstein thought was too 'spooky' to be real

Watch Malcolm Turnbull explain quantum computing to a bunch of scientists

Australian scientists just got $26 million to help build the world’s first super-powerful quantum computer