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The Pixel Watch has Fitbit exercise software built in since Google owns Fitbit. | Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Next week, Google will try to impress us all with new product announcements at its I/O 2023 conference, and it’s already jumped the gun by teasing the Pixel Fold, but for now, the best thing in Google hardware you can actually buy is a sick deal on the Pixel Watch. Right now, you can get the sleek Pixel Watch for its lowest price of $289.99 ($60 off) at Wellbots when you use promo code GWATCHVERGE at checkout. Google’s Pixel Watch may be a first-generation product that’s likely to have a follow-up in the fall, but it’s a very…
Macworld If you have a subscription to Apple Music, you surely noticed that you have an infinite playlist. As soon as you no longer have items queued for playback, the Music app on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac starts up with an algorithmically selected set of items collectively organized as the Playing Next list. What if you don’t want music to play continuously? Finding the “off” button is a little tricky. There’s no item or preference labeled Autoplay in the interface except within the Playing Next list. Here’s how to turn off Autoplay in Apple’s operating systems. At a glance Time to complete: 2 minutesTools required: iOS 16, iPadOS 16, or macOS Ventura 1. Stop Autoplay in iOS/iPadOS Foundry In…
Macworld If you have a subscription to Apple Music, you surely noticed that you have an infinite playlist. As soon as you no longer have items queued for playback, the Music app on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac starts up with an algorithmically selected set of items collectively organized as the Playing Next list. What if you don’t want music to play continuously? Finding the “off” button is a little tricky. There’s no item or preference labeled Autoplay in the interface except within the Playing Next list. Here’s how to turn off Autoplay in Apple’s operating systems. At a glance Time to complete: 2 minutesTools required: iOS 16, iPadOS 16, or macOS Ventura 1. Stop Autoplay in iOS/iPadOS Foundry In…
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