Partnering with a facial recognition company, the dating site reportedly wants to help you get over your ex by finding you a duplicate (for a mere $5,000.)
Martha Stewart has joined Match.com. Clearly, she may encounter some issues there. Conan O'Brien decides to help.
CNET has learned that the Justice Department will ask Congress to make sure "terms of service" violations are illegal, imperiling anyone who dares to fib about their weight, age, or name on social networks.
The woman who filed a suit against Match.com in April after complaining that she was sexually assaulted by a fellow member has settled with the online dating service.
The mobile app lets you to bookmark and track products by snapping a picture of your iPhone's screen.
A new device lets you send scented mobile messages, which could end up being a really good or not-so-good thing.
The Tesla CEO echoes the words earlier this week of Stephen Hawking, and says he invests in AI so he can keep an eye on it.
Discussing a word that's fallen out of the Microsoft lexicon: "Kinect," 250 new emojis including a middle finger might be coming to your phone, predicting tomorrow's Amazon announcement, and calling b.s. on a new kind wearable technology.
The self-proclaimed style icon explains at the Cannes Advertising Festival that because Samsung worked with Jay-Z, Apple had to buy Beats.
A study from Cornell, UC San Francisco, and Facebook says the social network spreads happiness. Of a kind.