IBM researchers claim to have made the smallest magnetic memory bit. To store 1 bit of data with normal hard drives, it takes 60,000,000 atoms. IBM’s discovery can store a bit of data in just 12 atoms, opening the door for technology on a nanoscopic level. Read the full article at

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