The dating game goes wireless
BMO looks like a half-Macintosh half-Game Boy Color with Atari 2600 controllers. BMO is a medium-sized teal/blue-green handheld gaming device, sometimes appearing with one or two controllers attached to it. BMO is about 12.25 inches wide and 20.1 inches tall.
BMO's front includes an arrow pad, a floppy disk slot, multiple different shape buttons, two controller sockets, and of course the face, or screen.
Wistron chief executive Robert Hwang said that, along with wireless charging, Apple's latest Plus model will improve on its water resistant design A patent filed by Apple in April reveals it is considering a charging system that uses electromagnetic frequencies usually reserved for data transmission.
It could one day allow people to charge their tablets, phones and other electronic devices using Wi-Fi, mobile data or even satellite signals.
It's not surprising that men and women value different things in the workplace, but employers aren't necessarily paying attention to the details.
A patent filed by the firm in April reveals it is considering a charging system that uses electromagnetic frequencies usually reserved for data transmission.
Inductive charging uses a base-station as the transmitter, which a receiver in the phone picks up.