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108 comments From multi-array microphones for far-field listening to beamforming tweeters and dynamic audio processing powered by a beefy A8 processor, Home Pod is a compact marvel of technology.Despite its smarts, users are unable to access audio output settings as they would a traditional speaker or even Bluetooth devices marketed by companies like Sonos.It's a subtle difference in use case than other hook-up apps like Tinder, whose users often make a game out of browsing the app and swiping through potential matches in any spare moment.Build confidence and practice listening skills in this app for 6-11 year-olds.0 comments With Home Pod, accessing Apple's Siri technology is more convenient than ever.But users might want trigger the virtual assistant on an i Phone rather than a speaker that blasts answers to anyone within earshot. 14 comments This week's publishing of the "i Boot" source code for i OS 9 can be traced back to a "low-level" Apple employee who shared it with a small group of jailbreaking friends — and may not have wanted it to go beyond that circle, a report claimed on Friday."We should be at least 10 million members by the end of this year."Talking with Rappaport, it quickly became clear that while people have a habit of sitting and browsing dating apps like Tinder, Happns takes the stance that you should be living in the moment.And that while you can browse Happn while at a museum to see other people at the exhibit, the main idea is to be able to browse your encounters after you get back home.

If you see someone you like, you can "heart" them secretly to indicate interest, but they won't be notified — you're only matched up if you both independently "heart" each other.We don’t record the exact journeys of people, we just remember the crossing points."Happn got its start in Paris, France, but has since expanded to 3 million registered users with strong followings in London and New York City.After raising a total of million in a seed and Series A funding, Rappaport told Business Insider Happn "first million users in first 11 months, the second million after two and half months, and the third million within the following 50 days," Rappaport said.Friday marks the launch of Apple's foray into home audio, the Home Pod, a compact yet booming smart speaker that will delight your ears and possibly annoy your neighbors.Apple Insider offers a closer look at the newly released hardware.