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Tosh gets a quantum clue

Toshiba claims to have solved the big security bug in quantum cryptography. Apparently this means ultra secure communications are now possible. And what's more, they've also come up with a future proofing system which means higher bitrates to come. Cool stuff.

February 23, 2007 | Permalink


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