Caitlin McGarryStaff Writer, Macworld

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Apple Music debuts June 30 — all the ways you love music, all in one place.

Siri rebuffs music questions unless you subscribe to Apple Music

Is Siri selling Apple Music, or are her non-answers a bug?

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Drop's Bluetooth kitchen scale now works with iPhones

You can also use the scale to make cocktails with the addition of drink recipes.

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New Apple TVs now on sale, with delivery starting Oct. 30

Apple's fourth-generation set-top box is all about apps.

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More ads come to Twitter with Promoted Moments

Advertisers can now curate the Moments you see, starting this weekend.

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Facebook just made all public posts searchable

Protect your posts from Facebook's new search feature by changing your privacy settings.

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Instagram's whimsical new Boomerang app creates GIF-like one second videos

Tired of the same old filtered images and videos? Instagram has a new app to spice up your main feed.

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iOS 9.1 is here, complete with new emojis

Apple Watch owners can also get new emoji characters by upgrading to watchOS 2.0.1.

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Apple can't and won't give governments back door into new iPhones

The company told a federal judge that iPhones running iOS 8 or later are impossible to unlock.

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Misfit's $100 Shine 2 is thinner and smarter than its first-gen activity-tracker

The new device wants to win you over with affordability and style.

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Tim Cook shares Apple Music subscriber numbers and Apple TV ship date

Apple Music has 15 million listeners, Apple's CEO says, and the Apple TV is available to order Oct. 26.

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Apple Maps gets a boost with Boston transit and Amtrak routes

Apple is slowly adding public transportation directions to its Maps app. Next up: Sydney, Australia.

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Apple pulls iOS apps mining your iPhone for private data

The affected apps were using an advertising software kit that sneakily collected your email address and a list of all the apps you used.

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iFixit teardowns reveal new iMac and Magic accessories are hard to repair

Get a peek inside Apple's latest devices, which are held together with tons of glue.

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ResearchKit at 6 months: 100,000 people now using medical apps

Three new ResearchKit apps launch to study autism, melanoma, and epilepsy.

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First ResearchKit app for Apple Watch will track seizures in real time

The EpiWatch app from Johns Hopkins researchers uses the watch's sensors to monitor patients with epilepsy.