IBM RE­VEALS PC SMALLER THAN SALT

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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.

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