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Washington DC, Aug 9 (ANI): A new study claims that more than 80 percent of Americans involved in romantic or physical relationships indulge in 'sexting.'
London, June 20 (ANI): A teenage girl, who tripped on road and got her entire leg wedged in a storm drain while texting, has become the best example of why is it hazardous to text while walking.
London, June 15 (ANI): A new study has revealed that "sexting" has now become the "new norm" for teenagers.
The National Crime Agency has been trying to deal with the surge in explicit images and video being shared between children, so they recently launched a new campaign to deal with the fast growing issue, the Independent has reported.
Melbourne, June 23 (ANI): Men don't know how to text, according to writer and life coach Jeff Wilser and therefore, he has listed ten ways men text women as he feels that men don't do themselves any favors.
Washington, June 20 (ANI): A new survey has shown that there are certain words that attract two people towards each other as well as repel them while dating online.
Washington, Apr 12 (ANI): About half of people sending sexts are actually lying, according to a new study.
And if you're in a committed relationship, the sexts are even more likely to be fabricated than if you're just having casual sex with your partner, CBS News reported.
New York, March 9 (ANI): A new dating app allows people looking for love to hear their possible matches before they actually see them.
iOS app 'Revealr' plays a recording of a potential match introducing himself or herself first, and if the user 'likes' what he or she hears, the person's photos are revealed, the New York Daily News reported.
Washington, Jan. 25 (ANI): A new dating app, called "Delightful," has been launched that can help couples plan a perfect date.
The app provides users with access to an array of pre-planned dates that can be arranged in as little as two hours, and users simply have to choose which date they want and pay via the app for the perfect date, Mashable reports.
London, October 21 (ANI): A new app has been developed that allows men to bribe women to go on dates with them.
The app, which has been developed by MIT graduate Brandon Wade, like many other dating apps puts the person in contact with prospective dates and encourages men to offer women gifts that they won't refuse, Metro.co.uk reported.