The world mourned when Steve Jobs passed away, a great visionary who brought the iPhone, iPad, Mac computer and other Apple products to the world of technology. He transformed the very lives of every user who touched an Apple product, and the markets; many of which he created. Recently, many have become interested in Jobs’ private life which he had kept away from the mainstream media for so long.
Apple debuted its Touch ID fingerprint scanner in the iPhone 5S last month, so it would make sense that they’d continue to implement that technology in future devices too. And what we see here is the Touch ID indeed making its way over to the tablet side with implementation in the upcoming iPad 5.
Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have found a way to put all that electromagnetic energy floating around to use. They’ve managed to create a device that captures and harnesses ambient energy so it can be used to power small electronic devices.