There are mobile apps for everything, including quite a few that help you meet people. It's time to swallow your pride and try online dating.
Security expert says password leak analysis illuminates several no-nos on the part of the dating site.
The dating Web site reports the incident to authorities and continues to investigate security breach.
On the heels of LinkedIn's confirmation of compromised passwords, eHarmony says it is resetting passwords of its users that is says were also compromised.
Attitudes toward online dating sites have become more positive, though yeah, it seems you can't trust everyone, according to Pew Internet.
An ancillary advice site that uses eHarmony user names and passwords was hacked using an SQL injection vulnerability.
eHarmony.com CEO says the study also found that couple who met online have slightly longer-lasting and slightly more-satisfying marriages.
Internet users continue to use many of the same weak passwords used a year ago, according to a new list compiled from password files released by hackers.
Online security breaches are becoming increasingly common. But there are ways you can protect yourself.
The company behind games such as World of Warcraft and Diablo tells customers it believes no financial information was accessed but suggests users change their passwords immediately.