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Apple Music is launching a browser-accessible public beta of its music streaming service for the first time, in addition to versions of its app already available for Windows and Android. The beta will be available to all subscribers.
The Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program, meant to help cancel federal student loans after 10 years of payments, has only discharged 1% of all of its 54,000 applicants. That’s according to a government report cited by NPR. The $700 million fund was designed to help nonprofit and government employees but was criticized for a complicated application process.
Samsung is launching its foldable smartphone at last. The Galaxy Fold hits South Korea on Friday, with redesigns the company hopes will address the issues that plagued the devices during early reviews and ultimately led to the cancellation of its expected spring launch. Pre-orders are live again and the phone is expected to arrive on US shores in the coming weeks.