It's the most miserable day of the year, aka Christmas 2.0, so we're Debbie Downing with all anti-Valentine stories like anaphrodisiac recipes, a dating site for STD victims, and techy deal breakers for men and women!
AMD sends candy and a note saying, "I heard that Sandy B. broke your heart..."
NASA's Stardust-NExT probe is closing in on comet Tempel 1 for a bonus flyby to learn how the icy body has changed since an earlier encounter.
Groupon gets in trouble for an alleged V-Day bouquet scam, Sony makes the PlayStation phone official, and the IBM computer Watson takes on Jeopardy's best, which could make for an interesting V-Day date!
This undergarments accessory contains a microchip that monitors heart rate from the thigh and surface moisture. If the readings are abnormal--or it is removed--it sends out a red flag.
A Groupon deal offers half off $40 worth of flowers from FTD.com. Some users complain that on the special offer page, the flowers have been marked up, so that there is no real savings.
If you're still trying to figure how to show your man extra love on the day Hallmark tells you that you should, consider these geeky options.
A recent relaunch of the online video creation service makes it faster to turn photos and movie clips into polished themed videos for free in four steps.
T-Mobile will offer an all-phones-free deal on February 11 and 12, just in time for Valentine's Day.
A new rumor surfacing online pegs February 14 as the release date for Apple's iOS 4.3, the newest update for iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches.