Niche dating is big business both at home and abroad, as you can pretty much find a specialised site for whatever turns your pistons, but now those of us who are completely addicted to Apple products finally have their own dating site.
Life is hard enough for civilians trying to find a date, but now members of the armed forces have even more to worry about, as reports have emerged that a well-known military dating site was hacked recently.
With the rise in online dating, the Canadian Public Health Agency of Canada has revealed that the rate of new reported syphilis cases in the country has increased almost 10 times since 2000.
There are still more niche dating sites ploughing into our virtual worlds. SingleFit People is an online dating site designed for those who simply love to engage themselves in work outs.
The obscure and vague guidelines used for Facebook material have seemingly adopted double-standards once more.
On the majority of online dating sites, connecting with someone straightaway is not that necessary.
Some of the dating sites have set aside some time to contemplate working out compatibility regimes, but have discovered there is no simple formula.
A group of hackers with a rather odd name has recently been reported to have revealed information about nearly 200,000 people on a dating site designed for people in the US military.
It is neither sad nor funny when a man goes out to meet up with a woman who looked fantastic in her photograph, but appeared completely different in the flesh.
It appears that most of us are useless lie detectors, especially when we cannot meet someone in a face-to-face situation.