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You can now listen to Apple Music in any web browser

Apple launched a new web player for Apple Music today, allowing pretty much any PC, tablet or smartphone to access the music streaming service. The Apple Music web app is still in beta but allows you

This cute, rubberized keyboard packs proper piano-style keys

Arturia's MicroLab takes the keys from its amazing KeyStep, and packs them into a tiny, cute, rubberized body. It's the ultimate portable USB MIDI keyboard. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through

Samsung cancels all Galaxy Fold preorders ahead of launch

Samsung finally revealed the new launch date for the Galaxy Fold this morning, but if you already pre-ordered, you’ll have to get back in line. Emails were sent out by Samsung to all customers that

iOS 13 is probably ready for you right now

If you were holding off trying the iOS 13 beta due to bugs and glitches, you probably can go ahead and install it. Apple fixed most problems. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Apple fans can’t wait to pay big bucks for a 5G iPhone

There’s growing interest in a 5G iPhone, according to survey done by a market-analysis firm. Almost a quarter of current users of Apple handsets would be willing to pay more for an iPhone with a

Sonos goes on the Move with its first portable speaker

The Sonos Move is the first speaker from this company that can be used outside of the home. To make that possible, it’s also the first time Sonos has made a Bluetooth speaker. It offers Apple’s

This case makes newest iPad Air and iPad mini waterproof

Summer might be almost over, but Apple’s newest iPads are ready for the beach — thanks to the ultra-rugged Catalyst case. Now available for the most recent iPad Air and iPad mini, Catalyst makes your

Apple sees ‘long-term potential’ in cryptocurrencies

Could an Apple cryptocurrency be coming? While it doesn’t sound like it’s on the immediate horizon, Apple Pay VP Jennifer Bailey recently suggested it’s not totally off the table. It would fit with

Apple adman who created iconic commercials sues his former agency

A former Apple advertising creative lead, who worked on some of its biggest ad campaigns, has sued his former agency, TBWA. Duncan Milner claims wrongful termination based on age discrimination.

iPhone 11’s gorgeous new color options spilled by case-maker

Stunning new color options for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro are today revealed in new images from case-maker Olixar. One supposed finish — which mixes light pastel pink, green and yellow — is similar

Babies run amok in latest Dr. Mario World update

Dr. Mario World, the latest Nintendo title to land in the App Store, just got a new update — adding 4 new doctors and 20 additional stages. New doctors include Doctors Baby Mario, Baby Luigi, Baby

Get the gist of best-selling books in 12 minutes with this app [Deals]

Reading remains one of the best ways to soak in new information. But reading also takes a lot of time, and sometimes, you just need to know enough to get a grip on a subject, or to know what

Apple Music releases ‘Up Next Live’ EPs of summer Apple Store concerts

Over the summer, Apple Music hosted a series of seven exclusive concerts at global Apple Stores. The concerts featured artists Bad Bunny, Omar Apollo, Khalid, King Princess, Daniel Caesar, Ashley

2020’s iPhone SE upgrade won’t bring edge-to-edge display

A reliable source today echos claims that Apple is developing an iPhone SE upgrade for early next year. The new low-cost handset will feature Touch ID, just as expected — but it won’t be the new

The spectacular windows at Apple’s new Tokyo store look like giant iPhones

Apple’s opening its latest Tokyo Japanese Apple Store this weekend. To mark the occasion, it’s offering would-be shoppers a sneak peak. In keeping with Apple’s love of embracing local culture, the new

iPhone displays could offer built-in Touch ID by 2020

Apple really is working to integrate Touch ID into future iPhone displays, according to a new report. The company’s in-screen fingerprint-scanning technology could debut as early as 2020. It is

Apple TV+ is coming to Samsung Smart TVs

You’ll need a subscription to enjoy to Apple TV+ when it lands later this year, but you may not need to purchase an Apple TV. The new video streaming service is also coming to Samsung Smart TVs.

Samsung’s Galaxy Fold finally launches on its home turf this week

Samsung’s long-delayed Galaxy Fold folding smartphone will finally go on sale on September 6. This comes five months after it was originally made available for preorder. The troubled handset, which

USB4 enables hubs with multiple USB-C ports

Today’s USB-C hubs include multiple USB-A ports, but can’t add additional USB-C ports. This will change when USB4 gets widely implemented, which just took a big step forward with the specifications

Vastly expand your Mac’s character and font possibilities [Deals]

If you’ve got a taste for text, the capacities of the Mac keyboard can feel stifling. But with the right tool, the possibilities for characters and fonts are nearly endless. PopChar X is a Mac app