Blue Devils Start Final Road Swing Tuesday Night at Georgia Tech

THE OPENING TIP

  • Duke wraps up the regular season with two consecutive road games, beginning Tuesday night with a crucial ACC matchup at Georgia Tech.
  • The Blue Devils are just one game back in the loss column to the Yellow Jackets, who are 7-1 at McCamish Pavilion this season.
  • The game tips at 8 p.m. ET on ACC Network with Rece Davis and Jon Crispin on the call. On the radio, David Shumate and John Roth have the call on the Blue Devil Sports Network from Learfield IMG College (96.5FM & 610AM in Durham).
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The First One-Inch Sensor for Smartphones is Coming: Report

According to a report, Sony is set to release the first one-inch sensor specifically made for use in smartphones. The new sensor, called the Sony IMX700, would reportedly find itself in the upcoming Huawei Mate P50 series and the increased size would no doubt dramatically improve image quality.

The rumor comes from Teme (@RODENT950) on Twitter, who is normally known for leaking information on unreleased Huawei products, in this case, the Mate P50 series. There are of course limited details, but Teme does state that Huawei’s new phone camera using this sensor would supplement that large main camera

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3 next-level note-taking apps that’ll change the way you work

Riddle me this: What exactly is a “note-taking app”?

It seems almost painfully obvious, I know — but it’s a question I’ve found myself struggling to answer as I’ve been exploring a new breed of information-storing services.

The services allow you to collect and organize thoughts, lists, and all sorts of other materials. They also, however, provide a powerful framework for mapping out complex projects, processing large amounts of data, and even writing documents. And they’re all designed to support some pretty sophisticated forms of collaboration.

So are they note-taking apps? Are they word processors — or maybe spreadsheet

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Quantum computer solves a problem 3 million times faster than classical computer

The problem solved is a real-world calculation resolved by 2016 Physics Nobel Prize winners who studied exotic magnetism, a behaviour that occurs in quantum magnetic systems.

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Canada-based D-Wave Systems, in collaboration with scientists at Google, demonstrated their quantum computer could stimulate materials over 3 million times faster than classical computers.

The experiment performed on D-Wave processors showed performance increased with both simulation size and problem difficulty, and represented the largest simulations carried by any existing quantum computers.

“This performance

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