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Have a secret crush? Facebook is offering to be your wingman with Dating feature launched in Singapore and Malaysia
You can indicate secret interest in up to 9 of your Facebook friends - and that's on top of the strangers you are matched with.
Technology hasn't made everything easier. Fifty years ago, it was easier to get through airport security, and it was cheaper to go to the movies.
Police in San Antonio arrested a duo they say used the online dating service PlentyofFish to lure dates and rob them.
People have various reasons for not using dating apps, from saying they're a waste of time to preferring natural, in-person chemistry.
IGNITION 2018: Hear from Match CEO Mandy Ginsberg on the $12 billion online dating market that she’s tasked with defending from Facebook and Bum...
Hear from Match CEO Mandy Ginsberg at IGNITION as she discusses critical threats and opportunities in the immense online dating market.
The dating app Toffee, which caters exclusively to the privately educated, is coming to Android in September. It is also expanding globally, despite the widespread criticism that it's elitist.
Dating app Hinge has released its list of London's 10 Most Eligible of 2018, based on the 10 people between the ages of 25 and 30 who receive the most 'likes' on the app, and it turns out their interests range from memes to McDonald's.
Hundreds of Israeli soldiers were contacted on social media by fake profiles and asked to download various fake apps which would allow militants in Gaza to access soldiers' phone numbers, cameras and microphones remotely.
With this new dating app, you pick a match by listening to their voice, not viewing their picture — here’s how it works
Waving emphasizes how people sound and articulate themselves rather than how they look.
‘Made in Chelsea’ star Ollie Locke has launched ‘Bumble’s little brother’ to the London and New York gay dating scenes &...
The app has teamed up with elite dating club Social Concierge to launch events — and they want to get bankers from Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan involved.