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The computer itself is in a 9-foot-tall, 9-foot-wide glass cube that maintains the exact correct temperature and other conditions it needs to do its work – a kind of fragility that means that you can’t just order one and have it delivered; customers will access it via the IBM Cloud.

IBM unveils the world’s first quantum computer that businesses can actually use to solve previously impossible problems

"Political momentum in democracies everywhere is against the establishment": Ian Bremmer

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the newly christened ‘leader of the free world,’ is preparing to step back from politics — and experts say ‘the coming storm is … quite powerful’.

Canada's supply-management system rigs the market with centralized price-setting, allocated production quotas, and exorbitant tariffs.

Canada’s protectionist food policies rip the world off.

Atlanta hosted the Summer Olympics in 1996. The Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium was used for baseball, but was demolished in 1997. The space was turned into 4,000 parking spaces.

With each passing Olympics, more and more cities around the world are starting to question whether hosting the Olympics is worth it.