CES looked a bit different this year after going all-digital, but that didn’t stop companies from unveiling new products. After careful deliberation, the How-To Geek and Review Geek teams have awarded the following 11 products with How-To Geek’s Best of CES 2021 awards. Before jumping into the awards, Review Geek has been hard at work covering all of the CES 2021 announcements that you need to know about. Head on over there if you’ve missed anything from the internationally renowned trade show. Best in Show: Kensington StudioDock In order to stand out from everything announced at CES 2021 and win Best in Show, a product needs to make an entrance. The Kensington StudioDock did just that, causing most of the team to say, “I want that.” Using the StudioDock in conjunction with a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, you can turn your iPad Pro or Air into an iPadOS iMac. Use the two built-in wireless chargers and the optional Apple Watch charger (which is coming soon) and … [Read more...] about Best of CES 2021: The Top Products Coming This Year
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Five months after the release of Android 11 , Google announced Android 12 Developer Preview 1 (DP1). Although most of the changes take place behind the scenes, these are the eight best user-facing features you can expect. Table of Contents When Will Android 12 Be Released? When Will My Devices Get Android 12? How to Install Android 12 DP1 Add Text and Emojis to Screenshots Using the Markup Tool Scrolling Screenshots Might Finally Be Here Redesigned (and Bigger) Notification Shade Icons “Double Tap” Is Google’s Take on Back Tap New One-Handed Mode (Similar to iPhone’s) Send Wi-Fi Passwords With Nearby Share Camera and Microphone Privacy Toggles There’s a (Hidden) Simplified Interface When Will Android 12 Be Released? The first Android 12 Developer Preview was released on February 18, 2021. It was made available for the Google Pixel 3 / 3 XL, Pixel 3a / 3a XL, Pixel 4 / 4 XL, Pixel 4a / 4a 5G, and … [Read more...] about The 8 Best Features in Android 12 Developer Preview 1
If you see “jk” on a message you just received, that’s a sign you shouldn’t take it too seriously. Here’s what the acronym is and how you can use it to lighten up a conversation. “Just Kidding” JK stands for “just kidding.” It’s used to indicate that something you just said is a joke and is not meant to be taken seriously. It can be said in response to someone’s reaction to your joke, or it can be preemptively stated before the other person has even responded. JK is commonly written in the lowercase “jk.” Depending on when a post was written, you might also find it spelled “j/k” with a slash in between. It is often used in conjunction with other popular internet acronyms that denote laughter, such as LOL, ROFL, and LMAO. For example, you might send someone the message “lol jk” in response to their reaction to your joke. From J/K to JK JK is one of the very earliest internet acronyms to emerge, with its roots tracing back to the very earliest internet chatrooms and … [Read more...] about What Does JK Mean, and How Do You Use It?