"The Theory of Everything," in which the famed physicist is played by Eddie Redmayne, is a movie that appears to meld science and romance. Will it work?
No, dating app Bang With Friends hasn't been rebranded again. My420mate.com is its own animal, allegedly the ideal place to meet someone with the same, um, lifestyle as you.
Forget waiting until the office Christmas party; a new app seeks to kindle office relationships by letting users trawl their LinkedIn network for dates.
Hey there, sexy Sith. BioWare finally sets a date for its struggling MMO to get long-promised same-gender interludes, but don't hold your breath waiting for that smuggler-on-Wookiee action.
This week, Donald and Eric consider the future of space, the dark side of romance, and the proper way to dispose of AT-AT excrement. Also, the Keyboard Cat toy plays us out and in Geek News, Eric confesses his deep hatred of Orcs.
This week: keyboard cats, doggie AT-ATs, and the end of civilization as we know it.
A study commissioned by Staples shows that 60 percent of small business owners spend more time holding their phones than the hand of their loved ones.
Tri Terasu's Smart Chandelier LEDs add a touch of class to your LED-lit dinners. They supposedly last for about 10 years, and you can customize them too.
Get schooled by CNET editor Jasmine France. This week she gives tips on how to navigate the personals section of Craigslist.
The contact lenses that make one look like an anime character on crack are textbook rock 'n' roll: hazardous for your health and wildly popular.