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Jen Winston, who runs the feminism-focused Instagram Girl Power Supply, is using the app to speak to people in Georgia, and Arizona about voting.
Match Group is rallying Friday after a Wall Street analyst launched coverage with a bullish price target of $66.
The search tech company powering Uber and Tinder just went public — and it popped up 94% in its first day of trading
Elastic — a company that provides search technology to large companies like Uber and Tinder — went public on Friday and it's stock price immediately jumped 94%.
Facebook says it hasn’t seen any evidence that the hackers used stolen keys to access users’ Tinder, Spotify, or Instagram accounts
After Facebook announced it was hacked and 50 million users' info was compromised, fears spread the attackers could log into victims' Tinder and Spotify accounts.
The Facebook hack affecting 50 million people also let the attackers access users’ Tinder, Spotify, and Instagram accounts
Life just got worse for the 50 million people caught up in what may be the biggest hack of Facebook ever.
Tinder is slowly rolling out a Bumble-like feature where women have to make the first move before men can message them
The feature, which may soon be available in the U.S. for Tinder users, is designed to give women more power and control in the conversations they have with their heterosexual matches.
Facebook is taking on Tinder with the official launch of its dating service — but it’s only in Colombia for now
Facebook has launched its new dating service. But for now, it's only available in the South American country of Colombia.
The journalist who provoked the wrath of Tinder is back with an HBO documentary that shows the bleak reality of dating apps
"The Bling Ring" author Nancy Jo Sales debuts her first documentary, “Swiped: Hooking Up in the Digital Age,” on HBO at 10 p.m. Monday.
Young Russians living, working, and studying in the nation's capital in are facing an increasingly suspicious climate in the Trump era and their Tinder dates reportedly keep asking if they're spies.
On Tuesday, Tinder released a list of the most "swiped-right" jobs in the US, indicating which careers people look for in a match.