Tech companies keep telling us how virtual reality will change the way we use computers. It might also change the way we date.
How to express your boundless love, affection and desire without having to use words or eloquence.
For Valentine's Day, Google made a game where you play a rolling pangolin looking for love. This is how a team of artists, engineers and designers made one of Google's most complex Doodles to date.
Commentary: Modern dating tools tantalize romance seekers with an endless parade of potential mates. That's not such a good thing, says one psychologist.
You thought this 1998 movie was just Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in a cuddly rom-com? Wrong! It's a warning from history, people.
The doodle for the day associated with romance stars two members of an endangered species looking for love. We got a peek at where doodles come from.
The popular app has made online dating cool, but that doesn't mean it's easy.
Long before romance seekers started swiping right, a CNET writer met her spouse on a long-extinct online service that came in a box.