Leah YamshonAssociate Managing Editor, Macworld

Leah Yamshon has been a part of the Macworld family since 2011. She started out covering iOS accessories (So. Many. Cases.) and Mac software, then moved on to all things iOS. She now works behind-the-scenes to keep Macworld's calendar full.

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Apple Music FAQ: The ins and outs of Apple's streaming music service

What kind of playlists can I create? Will Apple Music replace iTunes? We have the answers, and more.

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WSJ: Apple’s shot at launching a TV streaming service hurt by its own difficult demands

Apple's proposed service combined live TV with on-demand streaming of entire seasons, but major networks didn't bite. The Wall Street Journal explains why.

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We went to the weirdest concert ever with Doppler's Here earbuds

The Here earbuds distort the sound around you to create a musical listening experience you’ve never heard before.

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Jam out with The ARC, an interactive musical experience like no other

This innovative soundboard introduces five never-before-seen musical instruments that anyone can play.

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Amazon adds Capital One banking support to Echo and other Alexa-powered devices

Your Amazon Echo just got more useful. Now you can talk to Alexa for your account balance, to pay your bill, and more.

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6 chef-caliber cooking gadgets for the connected kitchen

What do you get for the budding sous chef who has everything? Our gift guide can help.

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12 must-have gadgets for your new college dorm

Newsflash: You'll be living in a small, shared space, so it's best to pick your gear wisely. But with a few practical items, and a few just-for-fun gadgets, your dorm will be a relaxing place to call home.

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HBO Now cut loose from Apple exclusivity, is coming to Chromecast and Android devices

Let the binge watching begin, starting this summer.

YouTube’s app for Apple TV gets major overhaul

YouTube says this update lets you access “the full YouTube experience, right from your Apple TV.” Sounds about right.