Jul 24, 2014 Los Angeles Post-Examiner
Quantum computing is here
"The coldest place in the universe used to be a gaseous cloud called the Boomerang Nebula, 5,000 light years from Earth. The temperature was measured at approximately -485°f, just a whit above absolute zero.
But now the coldest place in the universe is in Burnaby, Canada, near Vancouver, headquarters for D-Wave, the first company to manufacture a commercially available quantum computer."
Read this article about quantum computing here.