Charby Pico GaN wall charger provides 65 watts of power to charge 3 devices simultaneously » Gadget Flow

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Keep your devices charged, wherever you go, with the Charby Pico GaN wall charger. This petite charger features a 65-watt power delivery with Programmable Power Supply, thanks to its Gallium Nitride tech. This lets it charge faster, more efficiently, and in a smaller form factor than your typical silicon charger. The Pico can power your laptop, yet it’s as small as a smartphone charger. And it charges large devices as well as small ones. What’s more, this gadget can revitalize up to 3 devices at once, thanks to its one USB-A port and two USB-C ports. This saves you time and outlet space. Moreover, it charges all your devices quickly, from your Macbook to your Nintendo Switch. Furthermore, you can use this device in any country since it supports a universal 100–240 voltage. It’s time to de-clutter your workspace and lighten your backpack...

Duke Technology Powers First Pure-Play Quantum Computing Company to Wall Street

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Born from a 15-year-long collaboration between Duke University faculty members in engineering and physics, IonQ will become the first publicly traded company focused solely on quantum computing. The company on March 8 announced it had entered into a merger agreement with dMY Technology Group, Inc. III (NYSE: DMYI.U), a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company (“dMY III”). Upon closing of the transaction, IonQ shares will trade on the NYSE under the symbol “IONQ.” Pro forma implied market capitalization of the combined company is approximately $2 billion. The company, founded on a promising approach to quantum computing that uses trapped ions to store and manipulate data, has a licensing agreement to translate Duke innovations into IonQ technology. Its founders believe this translation will only accelerate with the newly...