On August 28, 2013, Silicon Valley's powerhouse couple, Sergey Brin and Anne Wojcicki, announced their split to the press. Although everyone knew their breakup centered around Google X employee Amanda Rosenberg, it wasn't until today that the full story was revealed by 'Vanity Fair'.
Now it's 2014, so of course your sex life will be changed digitally thanks to the 'Sex with Glass' app. Want to look up a new sex position without having to search around for your phone? Want to set the mood? Google Glass has you covered and you don't even need to get up.
Most image on Google Street View are pretty mundane. Streets, cars, buildings. The occasional dude dressed as a horse. But every so often, something special happens. And by special, we mostly mean raunchy. But sometimes sweet moments are captured too, and we've rounded up our favorite silly, sexy, loving moments from Google Street View.
Ever wonder what on earth you'd do if you got your hands (or head) on Google Glass? Well, Boonsri Dickinson, one of Google Explorers who had the chance to experiment with invention got that opportunity — and used it to capture romance in New York City.
There was only one time that I felt compelled to do a little recon work on a man who had shown interest in me. We had met online. He replied to a profile I had posted to a then popular dating site. He was 25. I was 38. What did he want with me? That's the question I believe compels most women to go down the Google rabbit hole.
Details on potential dates, current boyfriends and their pesky ex-girlfriends are all readily available via the convenient Information Super-Highway, but Googling someone might not be as anonymous as you think.
Imagine that Debbie Disaster decides she needs help. She is up in the middle of the night smoking a cigarette and surfing the net looking for something...anything that will give her some direction. She really needs a coach. If she types "I need a life coach" into Google, Would that work? Would she find you?
My type, blue-collar younger guys, was not paying any dividends. So, while at Starbucks I decided to go against my better instincts and chat with a more uptown kind of guy. He joked that he was in the witness protection program. Though I wasn't sure it was right for me, we set up a date. But that was before Google informed me that he might have been joking about witness protection...
Blind dates are a thing of the past. In the digital age, it's so easy to find out about the person you're seeing, but is it an invasion of privacy? Where is the line between innocent surfing and cyberstalking? Can You Google Your Way to Love? In this video, YourTango expert and dating coach, Julie Spira, gives her number one rule on googling before a date. You never know what you might find.
Google+ builds upon the latest applications and using the technology from previous social media initiatives like Facebook, iPhones, Twitter to create more user-friendly instant interactions with circles, huddles, hangouts, and instant upload. It looks like we're getting closer to being connected to one another in such a way, that as soon as you have a feeling and a thought--your action of syncing in with social media takes real-time and congruency to a whole new level.
Have you gotten the all-mighty Google+ invitation yet? The latest in social networking, Google+ includes circles and "plus ones" ... and boy is it so fun. I think? It's confusing. I don't really get it. I signed up this weekend and still have very little clue how to use it, but hopefully someone will be able to teach this old dog a new trick or two. Anyway, I thought I'd start my foray into Google+ by setting up my profile. Seemed like an easy enough thing to do— answer some basic questions about myself, upload a photo, and viola! But there was one part of this "easy" profile set up that got me a little confused. Under the "Relationship" part, there's a drop down from which you choose how you define your status. But Google forgot something. Where's the "divorced" option?
A community support officer began her work for the police with a man in her life but, when that operation soured, she began "googling" prospective manfriends using the Police National Computer, which became pretty addicting. Per an investigation, the woman once looked up a man 151 times in a single month. Her secret mission ran aground when she let it slip to one gentleman caller that she'd checked out his personal information on the old computing machine.
A dating coach acts in the way any other coach would such as helping you to strategize, stay motivated, and if need be, overcome challenges. Relationships are hard work and if the Google CEO uses a coach, all relationships could probably benefit from them, too. ProConnect can help you find one for your relationship.
The day of the cougar had just arrived, and already it's on shaky legs… or at least undergoing an evolution. As you likely know, a cougar is a woman approaching her middle years who dates a man at least ten years her junior. Many people have found the term "cougar" offensive, and have cited an immensely unfair double standard as older dudes (with money) seem to have their pick of the litter when it comes to mates. And now, Bill Lawrence says Cougar Town may change titles, Google won't advertise with various cougar sites and some health issues have arisen with older women dating younger men.