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Record-Setting Hard Drive Writes Information One Atom At A Time

Researchers working in the Netherlands have developed an atomic-scale rewritable data-storage device capable of packing 77 terabits onto a single square centimetre. Incredibly, that’s enough to store every book written by humans on a surface the size of a postage stamp.


More Nightmare Stories Of Your Worst IT Jobs Ever

After we published reader IT job horror stories, we received more than a 1000 comments, and you kicked it up to a whole other level. From finding porn on church systems to working IT in actual warzones, you’ve been to computerised hell and back.


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