Forget Facebook's status updates, and Twitter's social sharing in iOS: An Apple patent application hints at a future where a character-measuring iPhone app can tell you if you're near your pals--or even a potential soulmate.
The winter holidays will be here soon. And according to David McCandless, author of The Visual Miscellaneum, that means you'd better brace yourself for Facebook's annual breakup season.
McCandless's infographic takes data from Facebook and plots out when users tend to dump their significant others most. It happens two times a year: a couple weeks before the winter holidays, and right around spring break.
The iPhone has been a dating tool for a while, but Loopt's putting their technology to more... immediate uses with a new app called Loopt Mix. Warning: Finding love the Loopt way may involves waking at 7 a.m. in a strange bed, pulling on last night's clothes and taking the proverbial walk of shame.
The first thing I did when I got my employee ethics manual at my company was to look and see if there was a dating policy. I was new to the area and figured meeting someone at work might be safer than meeting someone at a bar.
A few years ago a pop cult book came out that made a splash. It was aptly titled, "He's Just Not That Into You." The basic premise of the book was a wake-up call for women who make excuses for why dudes don't like them and waste a lot of time analyzing what may or may not be.