Lab Admits to Using Quantum Internet in Biggest Tech Humblebrag Ever

Lab Admits to Using Quantum Internet in Biggest Tech Humblebrag Ever

Back in Los Alamos National Labs in New Mexico, a team of scientists have recently admitted to using quantum internet for, oh, just the past two years. And you're probably thinking: what the heck is 'quantum internet'? It's a security enthusiasts dream: it's an internet connection that uses the laws of quantum mechanics to establish a locked down and perfectly secure internet connection—so NO ONE will be peeking into your things. Don't go looking to Time Warner for your own quantum internet connection, though: for us "little people," it isn't accessible yet, and no telling if the lab will make it available any time soon.

[via Gizmodo]

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