Acacia Research Corporation comprises two operating groups, Acacia Technologies group and CombiMatrix group.
The Acacia Technologies group develops, acquires, and licenses patented technologies....
Article - 9 Jul 2007
Quantum computers promise to be so powerful they can crack even the strongest encryption codes. In order to make data transmissions secure another system will be required in the future. This system...
News - 2 Apr 2012
A research team headed by Professor Hoi-Kwong Lo from the University of Toronto has discovered a new quantum encryption technique to provide protection against the most advanced hackers.
News - 6 Mar 2008
An unusual observation in a University of Central Florida
physics lab may lead to a new generation of “Quantum
Computers” that will render today’s computer and
News - 24 Jan 2008
Quantum dots - tiny, intense, tunable sources of colorful
light - are illuminating new opportunities in biomedical research,
cryptography and other fields. But these semiconductor nanocrystals
News - 29 May 2009
Researchers at UC Santa Barbara
have recently demonstrated a breakthrough in the quantum control of photons,
the energy quanta of light. This is a significant result in quantum computation,...
News - 29 Apr 2008
Quantum cryptography may be essentially solved, but getting
the funky physics to work on disciplined computer networks is a whole
Cryptography is an arms race, but the finish line may...
News - 9 Feb 2009
In the first real-world test of a revolutionary type of computing that thrives
on random errors, scientists have created a microchip that uses 30 times less
electricity while running seven...
News - 25 Sep 2013
CopyTele, Inc. (“CTI”), a company specializing in patent monetization and patent assertion, today announced that it has been awarded two new display patents from the United States...
News - 21 Aug 2012
Computation of prime factors is no longer a basic math problem when big numbers are considered, something like a 600-digit number, and then it becomes a demanding, long drawn out process.