IBM REVEALS PC SMALLER THAN SALT
IBM has unveiled the world’s smallest computer, measuring just one millimetre squared – or roughly the size of a grain of salt (pictured). It has the computing power of an x86 processor from 1990, and costs less than 10 cents to make. IBM says this makes it ideal for fitting into everyday objects to ensure they are safe and authentic. Read more at www.snipca. com/27299.