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Displaying items by tag: online dating

Lifestyle applications such as dating and navigation, and eBooks, are slated to become the highest growth area for the global app market over the next five years, but still trailing games which continue to account for the largest share of revenues.

Published in Apps

International dating website EliteSingles has asked its members to open up about the taboo topic of cheating between men and women and it seems it’s the males who think sexual infidelity is worse, not the women. Despite their opinions, however, men say they are more likely to cheat sexually.

Published in Market
Friday, 14 February 2014 12:52

eHarmony releases datebook app for iPhone

Online dating service eHarmony has released a new feature to its iPhone app called Datebook which it says helps users plan, manage and track their dates with anyone, not just other eHarmony members.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 17 December 2013 02:30

Euro online dating service launches in Australia

German-based European online dating company, Alintas, has launched its services in the Australian market with its new Aussie website EliteSingles following launches of the platform in the UK, Ireland, France Germany, Austria and Sweden.

Published in Market
Monday, 07 March 2011 16:27

Gen X biggest dupes for scammers: ACCC

Scams more than doubled in 2010 compared to 2009, with Gen X the most likely target, according to a new report from the ACCC. Costing Australians a total of $63 million for the year, one reported scam alone cost $4 million.

Published in Home Tech

 

Melbourne, Australia - 25 October 2010 - Club Intimate announced today it has been selected as a Finalist for Red Herring's top 100 Asia award, a prestigious list honouring the year's most promising private technology ventures from the Asia business region.

Tuesday, 05 January 2010 05:22

Dating site drops 'fatties'

The online dating site BeautifulPeople.com, which is supposedly only open to people who fit that description, claims to have dropped 5,000 members who gained too much weight over the holidays.

Published in Entertainment

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