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AIMM is a comprehensive matchmaking service that uses artificial intelligence. When you open the app, you’ll be greeted by an automated voice.

The Solitude XSC2 features patented Dual Drivers for unbeatable sound quality that’ll have you jamming out no matter how noisy your surroundings are.

Their noise-canceling is ideal for drowning out the drone of an airplane, reducing ambient noise while studying or working and eliminating background noise for noise sensitive individuals.

SkillCrush is an online coding school that welcomes everyone. It gives students the flexibility to take classes at their own pace—and be tech career-ready by the end of the program. Each student has their own personalized dashboard so they can access their classes and check their progress.

This simple step tracker app is intended for those looking for a more casual activity tracker to ease into.

This beautiful colored stylized app is the perfect addition to your day. You can download StepsApp for free in the App Store today.

The SnoreCoach will continually track your body position as you sleep and communicates with the SnoreTrack app on your Apple or Android device.

SnoreCoach filters out noises like conversation, television, and even ambient sounds so ONLY your snoring is tracked.

About a hundred Apple fans lined up outside the company’s flagship store in San Francisco this morning to get their hands on the latest iPhone and Apple Watch. (Sept. 22)

Apple iPhone 8 has 4K Quality Camera which is Closer to an Expensive DSLR Camera. iPhone 8 IOS Smartphone Primary Camera Review Video in HD with Test Sample Footage and Pictures.

2018 Hyundai Kona New Upcoming Car Walk-around (Exterior, Interior, Specs, Test Drive etc). HD Motor Review Video.

Footage has emerged from China of a coin balance test on the fastest train in the world.

T-Mobile US Inc said on Wednesday it’s offering at least a million cellphone users the chance to use an Apple Inc iPhone in a free one-week trial of the No. 4 U.S. wireless carrier’s network with unlimited access.
The announcement is the latest promotion from T-Mobile, which last year shook up the industry by unbundling service fees from device costs, a move other carriers soon followed.