Sydney start-up Q-CTRL is releasing an open source library of error suppression controls for quantum computers.
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Google on Tuesday released an SDK for Android 2.0, revealing some new features that will come with the upgraded mobile operating system.
While developers have been hard at work building Android applications that can use GPS (Global Positioning System), Wi-Fi and cameras, they just discovered they likely won't be able to offer applications that use one common mobile phone feature: Bluetooth.
Enterprises that want to create applications for Apple's iPhone will be able to build and try out prototypes using a special programming template unveiled this week.