If you’ve ever considered sharing your every move with a significant other, you probably have an opinion about location-sharing apps. “This is great! I’ll always know where they are!” is one opinion. “This is creepy! I’m not trying to stalk someone I could easy talk to instead!” is another. I’m of that second opinion.
You think that your long-distance relationship is hard to maintain? Then think about the relationship of Amiko Kauderer NASA public affairs officer and her boyfriend Astronaut Scott Kelly, who is halfway into his Year In Space mission.
Generally speaking, romantic relationships form around common interests, compatible personality traits, or similar beliefs and values. But none of that compares to the love connection that can be formed by using basic words like "he" or "and" together.
I've got nothing against silly marriage proposals—as long as they suit the personalities of the individuals getting engaged—but I still can't help but chuckle over how a 9to5Mac reader proposed to his Apple-loving sweetheart.
A 48-year-old man in Naperville, Illinois must be crying his eyes out right now because he was recently finally forced to face reality about a few things.
How does an unknown dating site—with the absurd intention of destroying Facebook—launch with 250,000 member profiles on its first day? Simple: It copies data directly from Facebook.
Facebook status updates can be creepy and revealing, but they can also help predict when you're likely to find yourself dumped. Naturally, there's good news and bad news to be found in the data.
This week: a relationship ruined by text messages. An out of shape gamer looking for an easy way out. A broke-ass gent with an eye on Craigslist. Three sad souls, three desperations—three readers in need.
Geeks, nerds, dorks, and gadget-obsessed folks can be tough to love because we're prone to awkward, silly, or stupid behavior. Occasionally we get lucky though and find a gem—like Gizmodo commenter Ding-Dang's wife—who'll put up with all that.
Of all the xkcd comics, it's the Valentine's Day ones that are always my favorites. Even when they're bittersweet like this one.
Yes, Google will plan my wedding one day. Or at least I might use the wedding planning templates in Google Docs to organize things while wishing that Sergey Brin and Larry Page would personally plan my bachelorette party.
When we asked for Valentine's Day tech horror stories, some protested that there's another side to things—serendipitous meetings on Twitter, gadgets that won hearts, and love. We want to hear more of these happy Valentine's day love stories.
Passionate? Combative? Maybe even...sexy? Pick a word, any word, to describe your relationship with gadgets and share it in the comments.
Are you in a relationship? Can you hardly bear to be apart from your partner for more than half an hour? Do you make out in the library while sitting next to a Gizmodo writer, totally unaware that someday he'll grumpily complain about you in a post? Well, I have the perfect mp3 player for you and your equally annoying…