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    Amazon is laying the groundwork for a quantum computer in some form, hiring for a Quantum Hardware Team within its Amazon Web Services Center for Quantum Computing. More:

    Meanwhile, it’s been a interesting time to follow bitcoin this week. As the cryptocurrency enjoyed another surge in value, the CEO of PayPal, Dan Schulman, said he thought the pandemic this year would buoy interest in digital currencies within e-commerce. More:

    These are some topics you may have missed in tech news, but Bloomberg’s Tech Editor Nate Lanxon is going to fill us in.

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