Google Maps is adding a Where’s Waldo? mini-game for the next week

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Starting today and continuing on for the next week, Google is bringing Where’s Waldo? to Google Maps. On Android, iOS, and the desktop, you’ll see Waldo pop up in his signature red and white stripes and give you a friendly wave. From there, just tap or click on him and you’ll see the option to play a game that’s straight out of the classic children’s puzzle books. This is one of Google’s annual April Fools’ Day jokes, but the Maps integration is actually happening.

Aside from Waldo himself, you’ll also be on the lookout for his friends Wenda, Woof, Wizard Whitebeard, and also the villainous Odlaw. (If you’re like me, those faces probably won’t be quite as familiar to you when you start playing.)

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Google Duo v30 hints at user-created contact groups, continues work on adding Google accounts and screen sharing [APK Teardown]

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Just one day after the Duo team completed the rollout of video messages to all users, a new version of the app is hitting the scene. In a side-by-side comparison, it looks like the interface of the app hasn’t gone through any changes with this new release, but we’re still looking for additional changes. However, a teardown of the APK has turned up some topics to discuss, including an upcoming feature that will allow users to create contact groups.

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How to Add Songs to a Playlist in Apple Music Without Adding It to Library

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How to Add Song to Playlist in Apple Music Without Adding it to Library on iPhone, iPad, Android, Apple TV, Mac and Windows

As someone who loves listening to music, I have compiled a huge music library. To ensure the catalog remains uncluttered, I use a few simple hacks to manage it cleverly. And one of the tricks that I have been using for quite some time is to add a song to a playlist in Apple Music without having to add it to the library.

For instance, when you make a playlist for fun music, you can choose to add songs to that playlist without including them in your Library. Just ensure that your iPhone is running iOS 9.3 or later, iTunes has 12.3.3 or later, tvOS is powered by 9.2 or later, and Apple Music is 0.9.7 or later on Android.

How to Add Song to Playlist in Apple Music Without Adding it to Library on iPhone, iPad, Android, Apple TV, Mac and Windows

How to Add a song to a playlist in Apple Music without adding it to your library on iPhone, iPad, Android, Apple TV, Mac and Windows

On your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch:

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Now, scroll down and tap on Music.

Open Settings App and Tap on Music on iPhone

Step #3. Next, turn off Add Playlist Songs.

How to Add Song to Playlist in Apple Music Without Adding it to Library on iPhone or iPad

On your Mac or Windows PC

Step #1. Launch iTunes on your computer.

On your Mac: From the menu bar at the top of your computer screen, select iTunes → Preferences.

Click on Preferences in iTunes on Mac

Click on the General tab, uncheck the box for “Add songs to Library when adding to playlists” to turn the option off → in the end, click on OK to save your changes.

Add Song to Playlist in Apple Music Without Adding it to Library on Mac

On your Windows PC: From the menu bar at the top of the iTunes window, select Edit → Preferences.

Click Preferences in iTunes on Windows PC

Click on the General tab, uncheck the box for “Add songs to Library when adding to playlists” to turn the option off → click on OK to save your changes.

Add Song to Playlist in Apple Music Without Adding it to Library on Windows PC

On your Apple TV (4th generation)

Step #1. Open Settings app on your Apple TV.

Step #2. Now, click on AppsMusic.

Next, you need to swipe down on the Touch surface of your remote to “Add Playlist Songs to Library,” then click the Touch surface to turn it off.

On your Android phone:

Step #1. Launch Apple Music app on your Android and tap on the menu button in the top right corner.

Step #2. Now, tap on Settings.

Tap on Menu then Settings in Apple Music on Android Phone

Step #3. Next, turn off the switch next to “Add Playlist Songs.”

Add Song to Playlist in Apple Music Without Adding it to Library on Android Device

That’s it!

At any time you wish to automatically include your songs to your library, follow the same steps on your device and turn on the toggle for Add Playlist Songs

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eGPU progress report: macOS 10.13.4 beta 5 continues adding polish and stability

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As Apple gets closer to its self-imposed spring 2018 deadline for officially adding external GPU support to macOS, each beta seems to increase the stability of external GPU connections. We recently put the fifth and latest version of the macOS 10.13.4 beta to the test. Using a Mantiz Venus external GPU box plus a Radeon RX Vega 64, we performed the usual round of benchmark tests and general usage to see how things are shaping up. more…

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PGA Tour adding ARKit golf courses to app, in time for Arnold Palmer Invitational

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The latest practical demonstration of Apple’s ARKit comes by way of the PGA Tour, which has announced a new augmented reality app to visualize courses and holes within your own home.
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Netflix adding more granularity and transparency to its parental controls

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If you’re a parent, you’re likely somewhat concerned about the kind of content your kids consume, and you might even try to manage or limit what they can or can’t watch. Today, Netflix has said whey will begin rolling out some improvements to its parental control tools to make content access more granular and more transparent, helping parents better manage what they want their kids to see.

Netflix already provides some basic level of parental controls by allowing parents to PIN-restrict the content their children have access to based on its maturity level, ranging from ‘Little Kids’ (exclusively content that’s rated G) to ‘Adults’ (content rated R or similar).

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Microsoft Teams closes in on Slack by adding guest accounts

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Google takes on Slack by adding Hangouts Chat productivity tool to G Suite

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Google is increasing its efforts to make its productivity tools indispensable by taking on Slack, announcing its Hangouts Chat app for collaborations between team members will be rolling out to business customers of its G Suite service starting from next week.
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Researchers improve spinach-based solar cells by adding blackberry dye

Biohybrid solar cells aren't nearly as efficient as standard silicon panels, but including natural materials in renewable energy could make it more cost-effective. Scientists have refined one design based on the proteins in spinach leaves by adding n…
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