In the beginning of the modern computer’s history, it used to be true that these things were behemoths. A single server took up an entire room on its own, with barely enough storage for a simple JPEG picture. The equipment in total weighed several tons and getting anything out of it used to take days. Today, that’s no longer the case, with your average smartphone far outrunning the capabilities of those early dinosaurs. The trend with computers now is to make them smaller and more efficient, and engineers at the University of Michigan School of Engineering reckon they have the world’s smallest computer record tied down for a while. Meet the Michigan Micro Mote (M³)!