1) "Smart Dust Computers Are No Bigger Than A Snowflake": Thousands of tiny computers that scavenge power from their surroundings could one day be used to monitor your world. A story for the Apr. 26, 2013 issue of New Scientist magazine
2) "Could an SRAM Hourglass Save RFID Chips Just in Time?" for IEEE Spectrum on Aug. 6, 2012.
3) Quirks of RFID Memory Make for Cheap Security Scheme – On-board SRAM produces unique chip fingerprint and random numbers needed for encryption. For IEEE Spectrum on Mar. 18, 2009
4) "RFID Chips Gain Computing Skills – One way to do long computations with short bursts of power," for the May 2009 issue of IEEE Spectrum magazine
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