Foursquare's closed social network is getting a little more open with third-party tool Meet Gatsby. It helps you find other people to be friends with based on location and similar interests.
Single? Looking for love? If that's you then the new iPhone app from Match.com can help you find the love of your life and the iRomantic app helps you retain that love.
MySpace.com takes personal profile-advertising matchmaking program for a walk.
SueEasy is a simple web app attempting to create an online market based on people who want to persue lawsuits against defective products and services and attorneys.
You can now pick up audio versions of certain books in your Kindle library at a nice discount.
A new program called MatchBook offers electronic copies of your print books for $2.99 or less.
We crowdsource entertainment, why not our hearts? The Dating Ring Crowdtilt Campaign wants to send East Coast single ladies searching for Mr. Right to the Bay Area. It's all about taking a chance.
A new virus threatens to ransom your data, Square Cash lets you send money through e-mail (sounds safe), a dating site for the mentally ill, and how Amazon profits off Holocaust deniers and other wretched authors.
In an apparent policy turnaround, Microsoft is now using cash to try to get more developers to write apps for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
The geolocation-based matchmaking service now lets users check in on either Facebook or Foursquare and get matched up with nearby users sharing same interests.