WaltonNews writes: "Scientists are developing tiny magnetic particles called nanodots that are only a few billionth of a meter in diameter. The nanodots are showing promise in decreasing the amount of data storage space by at least one-hundred times what is currently held with hard disk drives. Nanodots may hold the answer to handling increasingly large amounts of digital data. The rest of the story is at: http://www.itwire.com.au/content/view/8835/1066/"
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