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Researchers surveyed college students and found that some used dating apps to the point they interfered with their performance at work or school.
The author of ‘Sex and the City’ thinks people no longer have the attention span for ‘proper’ 20-minute sex, and it’s co...
When the author of the new book "Is There Still Sex in the City?" reentered the dating scene in middle age, she experienced some shocking revelations.
‘Sex and the City’ author Candace Bushnell says ‘lying on a bed watching Netflix and occasionally having sex’ won’t set ...
The writer's latest book, "Is There Still Sex in the City?" is based on her experience dating in what she calls "the new middle age."
Match also announced an investment in Egypt-based dating app Harmonica as part of its plan to expand its revenue streams around the globe.
I’ve used dating apps for years and still can’t find the long-term relationship I want. Is it possible to find love offline?
Your chances of finding love offline are slim since most people believe dating happens on the internet. Reevaluate your approach before ditching apps.
Dating apps like Tinder, Match, and Bumble are still growing, but analysts predict that growth will ‘slow significantly’ in 2019
Dating apps like Tinder, Match, and Bumble will see over 25 million users in 2019, eMarketer research analysts predict, but growth is slowing down.
Do include a full-body photo and don't feature pictures with friends. And when it comes to messaging, don't hesitate to start the conversation.
A college student used Snapchat’s gender-swap filter to catch a police officer allegedly trying to lure a teen into a sexual relationship
A male college student posed as a 16-year-old girl on Tinder using Snapchat's gender-swap filter and exchanged sexual messages with a 40-year-old man.
Millennials have less money than any other generation did at their age — but you’d never guess it from the way they’re flaunting the...
Millennials are showing off their wealth and status on dating apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge — but it's not all it appears to be.
Match’s new service, a one-on-one phone call with an expert dating coach, is a hit with millennial men
Match CEO told Business Insider that men were three times as likely as women to opt into the service during beta testing.