Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Technology Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Technology | Race Is On to Protect Data From Next Leap in Computers. And China Has the Lead. Supported by ByCade Metz and Raymond Zhong Dec. 3, 2018 SAN FRANCISCO — The world’s leading technology companies, from Google to Alibaba in China, are racing to build the first quantum computer, a machine that would be far more powerful than today’s computers. This device could break the encryption that protects digital information, putting at risk everything from the billions of dollars spent on e-commerce to national secrets stored in government databases. An answer? Encryption that relies on the same concepts from the world of physics. Just as some scientists are working on quantum computers, others are working on quantum security techniques that could thwart the code-breaking abilities of these … [Read more...] about Race Is On to Protect Data From Next Leap in Computers. And China Has the Lead.
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Asia Pacific Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Asia Pacific | A Big New Airport Shows China’s Strengths (and Weaknesses) Supported by ByIan Johnson Nov. 24, 2018 BEIJING — Rising out of the farmlands of southern Beijing in a web of concrete, rebar and glass, one of the world’s largest airports is preparing to open after just five years of construction — a striking contrast to the infrastructure travails of far richer places. (See: New York City, subway; Britain, train service; Berlin, airport.) Just as impressive as its speed are the airport’s broader goals. It is meant to shift the Chinese capital’s center of gravity away from its high-tech university district in the north toward its poorer southern suburbs — part of an even more ambitious plan to remake Beijing and its hinterland into an 82,000-square-mile … [Read more...] about A Big New Airport Shows China’s Strengths (and Weaknesses)
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByMichael Tackett Oct. 12, 2018 OWINGSVILLE, Ky. — Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., in some of his harshest criticism of President Trump to date, said on Friday that the president was “trashing American values” and undermining institutions to “amass power,” as he appealed to his party to not give up on winning the votes of the white working class. Campaigning in rural Kentucky for a Democrat running in one of the nation’s most watched House races, Mr. Biden appeared to be testing themes for a potential 2020 campaign to unseat Mr. Trump. “He is just trashing American values the way he talks about people, the way he makes fun of people, the way he denigrates folks,” Mr. Biden said. “I got to tell you, I think there is a method to … [Read more...] about He’s ‘Trashing American Values’: Biden Doesn’t Hold Back on Trump
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The Las Vegas Review-Journal press room is seen in this file photo. (Jeff Scheid/Las Vegas Review-Journal)The Las Vegas Review-Journal press room is seen in this file photo. (Jeff Scheid/Las Vegas Review-Journal)The Las Vegas Review-Journal press room is seen in this file photo. (Jeff Scheid/Las Vegas Review-Journal)The Las Vegas Review-Journal press room is seen in this file photo. (Jeff Scheid/Las Vegas Review-Journal)The Las Vegas Review-Journal press room is seen in this file photo. (Jeff Scheid/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Newspapers across the country could be thinner or even disappear in the near future as news executives nationwide wrestle with disruptions in paper supplies and new tariffs on newsprint. Tariffs as high as 32 percent have been placed on imported newsprint from Canadian paper mills as the U.S. Commerce Department and the International Trade Commission investigate complaints of unfair trade practices leveled against Canadian suppliers by a Washington state-based … [Read more...] about Tariffs and supply disruptions threaten US newspapers