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
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" " The New England Compounding Center is shown here on Oct. 5, 2012. Until the Framingham, Mass., pharmacy landed in the news for the 2012 fungal meningitis outbreak, a lot of folks hadn't heard of these specialized pharmacies. Jared Wickerham/ Getty Images Compounding pharmacies don't usually get a lot of media coverage for good news. It's the mistakes -- the deadly outbreaks of meningitis from contaminated vials or the eye infections caused by unsterile medications -- that tend to make the evening news. Turns out, though, that regulatory practices for compounding pharmacies, at least in the United States, tend to follow the same pattern. Until something goes wrong, safeguards aren't generally in place. First off, let's briefly outline what one of these places is. In the U.S., most drugs and medications are manufactured by large pharmaceutical companies. That means most prescriptions come in bulk: only certain potencies, forms or methods. A compounding pharmacy … [Read more...] about Are compounding pharmacies regulated?