In this digital age of iPhones, Twitter, Facebook and online dating are the traditions of courting and romancing gone for good? Or are there some that remain that aren't reduced to a measly text message?
According to Harlequin's annual Romance Report, which polled single women in the U.S. aged 18 to 40, technology may be changing the way both sexes communicate, date, and experience romance, but "there are certain values that seem to withhold the test of time."
Whether you're off the market or thrust back into it, you may learn a thing or two from Harlequin, which happens to be one of the world's leading publishers of reading entertainment for women.
So what did its Romance Report find?Continue »
According to MyRegistry, a universal online gift registry, consumers not only have become more tech-savvy and decisive, but they are getting married later in life and have become more efficient with their online shopping - and this doesn't just apply to brides or moms-to-be!Continue »
If you are a techy fashionista who wants to make a bolder statement, there's a new Spring collection of cases for iPhones, iPads and eReaders that are taking cues from Alexander McQueen, Prada, Givenchy, according to Griffin Technology.