An international research team that includes Nokia (NOK), Toshiba and university scientists are...


An international research team that includes Nokia (NOK), Toshiba and university scientists are set to introduce a breakthrough quantum chip at the British Science Festival, which starts tomorrow. The chip will facilitate mobile phones that are far more secure and ultra-fast computers. The component is made from silicon and works on light: in theory, 100 photons could solve trillions of equations simultaneously.
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  • KIA Investment Research
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    More: "The chip, made from silicon, operates on light and is thousands of times smaller than the glass chips used previously. Jeremy O'Brien, physics professor at Bristol, said in the report that these processors could be integrated into conventional microelectronic circuits within 3 to 5 years."

     

    Lets hope this is reflected ins Nokia's stock price tomorrow!
    Lots of good stuff lately.. Apple going after Samsung again and the Fed positioned to deliver more quantitative easing, not to mention Nokia and Microsoft's announcement Sept 5.

     

    I expect Tuesday to be a good day for Nokia.

     

    Long Nokia, Microsoft
    4 Sep 2012, 12:44 AM Reply Like
  • sreimer77
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    I agree. I'm waiting for Verizon to offer W8 and will be buying what I hope is a new Lumia phone with the pureview technology. Apple's margins are going to get squeezed and once the pressure builds, we will start to see analysts reduce forward estimates. When this happens, the once almighty Apple will begin to fall. Giving Apple is now worth 623Billion, it could drive the index's down even while the many companies, specifically cyclicals begin to rise! Over the past year, Apple's gain's in terms of market cap has been the primary reason for gains within the S&P 500 and Nasdaq. BAC, CITI and Morgan Stanley could of vanished from existence, yet the S&P would of still shown a gain!
    4 Sep 2012, 08:51 AM Reply Like
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