Valentine's Day is right around the corner. If you're tired of giving the usual flowers and candy, why not mix it up this year and give your loved one the gift of tech. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
AstrologyDating.com is a new site that tries to find you your perfect love on the basis of birth date, birth time, and birthplace. But will it tell you the truth? Well, it asks you to pay only per match. So I tried it.
If you're an Angry Birds Seasons owner, your not-so-secret admirer (Rovio Mobile) just gave you 15 levels' worth of Valentine's Day love.
Looking for a way to celebrate Valentine's Day? With the Acme Heart Maker, you can customize your very own (digital) candy hearts.
Share a cup of tea with your sweetheart just in time for Valentine's Day with the Big Heart Tea Infuser.
A company called Virtual Dating Assistants creates your online profile and manages your responses. All you have to do is, well, go on the date. How romantic.
Security company Trend Micro says to be aware of Valentine's day search results that may not be so sweet.
A PR company actually believes that, in these times of recession, couples will stay in and play video games. The company even offers its Lovers' Video Game Top 10.
Would anyone really find this a romantic gift?
It's fully loaded for suburban romance.