Here are 5 things you should know.
1. If your laptop has a USB port with a lightning symbol next to it, you can use it to charge your phone or accessories without switching the laptop on.
If the symbol is there but it doesn’t work, check your BIOS, you’ll have an option to enable USB power delivery. You can enter the BIOS only during startup (before you see the windows icon) by pressing a key specific to your system manufacturer. It’s usually one amongst the function keys or DEL key in some cases. You’ll have more information in your instruction manual.
2. If you’re ever at a theme park, check if there’s a single riders line. It’s typically quicker than queuing, but your party will be split up.
You might just save yourself some time, at the expense of having to ride separately from your friends.
3. The iPhone has medical information accessible by holding the lock button (or lock+volume down for iPhone X) which contains the identity of the phone owner, medications they take, known conditions, allergies, and organ donor information.
4. Voice commands to things like Siri and Google Home are recorded, saved, and used for R&D.
5. You don’t need to include the poles of street signs in reCAPTCHAs.
You only need to select the red octagon, not the silver pole coming out of it.