Bits of Quantum Computing

In 1971, Intel introduced the first 4-bit microprocessor which composed of 2,300 transistors which solved the problem of computers being available commercially. The 1980s bought exponential advancement in microprocessors which made computers available for the public and led to the start of many powerful companies such as Apple, Microsoft, etc. Now, we have computers in the garb of smartphones and smart watches that fit into our pockets or can be worn on the wrist. Further, advancements in computer Read more [...]
Shivaraj K
Shivaraj K

Shivaraj has a eye for details as he decodes complex codes. A computer science engineer who loves to read non-fictional books and enjoys watching movies and plays video games for leisure.


Aditya Bansal
Aditya Bansal

Aditya is a techno geek who enjoys analyzing patent portfolios of companies owning interesting technologies, and delving into patent landscapes of cutting-edge tech domains.


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