Why has IBM created a chip too small to be seen? Is there any bigger secret that lies within the smallest chip?


America’s multinational technology company known as IBM introduced the smallest chip, a couple of months ago and has led to a controversial discussion.

 

What exactly would you need a chip so small like a grain of salt? Well, for sure there is a whole lot story to tell about bigger job that can be played by a tiny chip.


World’s smallest chip embedded with 'block chain technology' has ability to monitor, analyze, communicate and also function the data, it can even track the thefts, any type of grafting or deceiving and insubordination. 



This chip is actually designed to be ingrained in products, price tags and all other packaging for save shipping.


This Nano chip have several thousands of transistors and are fueled by the same processors used for x86 chip in desktop computers. Soon this chip, which cost only $10 cents to manufacture will be fitted in everyday items. 


Why has IBM created a chip too small to be seen? Is there any bigger secret that lies within the smallest chip?

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