Eager to show him how much you care? Technology to the rescue.
Sigh. If only mobile apps could help improve your relationship, bring your closer to your partner, improve your sex life and stave off fights. Wait ... they can! We road-tested four of the newest apps — one developed by K-Y Brand! — and found that technology can not only help you find love, but help you enhance it, too!
Kahnoodle, an iPhone app for couples, launches Koupons, a modern day "IOU."
Kahnoodle is a free mobile app that turns love and affection into a game, allowing couples to track kind gestures and show their appreciation. Even better, Kahnoodle just launched "Koupons," a fantastic (and free) way to combat complacency. A more modern take on traditional "IOUs," these Koupons are a promise for a night of fun and bonding in the future.
Will the iPhone5 help or hurt your relationship? It all depends how you use it.
Most people have strong opinions, especially about the effect of technology on our relationships. I have said it regarding Facebook and I will say it again; It is not the technology, it's how we use it.
Research shows us that quite a few of us would give up sex for just about anything.
If you read the title of this post and promptly started heating up the skillet for some bacon with your bacon, you’re not alone. The past couple of months, it seems research is set on showing us that quite a few of us would give up sex for, well, just about anything that isn’t sex, especially if it comes with a side of fries.
A Motorola RAZR can be a turn-off in this day and age.
It's a dreary weekday morning. You're on your way to Starbucks to get your Venti Pumpkin Spice Latte, and while you're waiting in line, you start chatting it up with a cute guy in front of you. He's hilarious and you guys are really hitting it off. Before he leaves, he asks for your number. As you start giving it to him, he pulls out an old flip phone. This hot guy is saving your number into an old Motorola RAZR. So, is it a turn-off?
According to a recent survey, some people already bought the love of their lives.
I was surfing the Internet one day and found an interesting article. Over one thousand people on gazelle.com took a survey about how technology is affecting people's everyday lives and most importantly the impact of iPhones could have on their sex lives.
Your phone is good for more than stalking your ex via Facebook, people!
The only problem with summer flings cooling off along with the temperature: heartbreak, naturally – plus the hefty amount of longing (complete with some serious Facebook stalking) that comes with breakup-induced devastation.
New eHarmony app sends an emergency call your way as a bad-date escape route.
Once upon a time when I was single, I went on an awful date with a man who seemed to take his fashion advice from Marty McFly. In an effort to escape from the terror of the incredibly awkward evening, I asked my best friend, via text, to save me.