Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck had their holiday in Rome. Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks had their meeting at the top of the Empire State Building in New York. And of course, Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman will always have Paris.
A new study indicates that heterosexuals have predominately egalitarian views on legal benefits for—but not public displays of affection (PDA) by—same-sex couples.
Can technology improve sex? The makers of one device unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show are banking on it.
If ever in doubt about your guy's commitment to a relationship, ask him if he would commit to an app.
The growing number of same-sex marriage laws in the United States has had no effect on the marriage rate among heterosexual couples according to new findings by researchers at Portland State University's School of Community ...
Every electrical device, from a simple lightbulb to the latest microchips, is enabled by the movement of electrical charge, or current. The nascent field of 'spintronics' taps into a different electronic attribute, an intrinsic ...
(AP) -- Lance Maggiacomo was out of work, bored and lonely when he started hiding his online relationships from his wife. There was no affair, only chatting through e-mail, yet it felt like cheating just the same.
(PhysOrg.com) -- A Kansas State University marriage therapist has Valentine's Day advice for couples contemplating commitments and engagement rings: Mix romance with a generous portion of reality.
A discovery by New York University physicists that has potential to significantly enhance computer memory has been cited by Applied Physics Letters as "one of the most notable" articles the journal has published over the ...
Green chemistry is akin to baking. Both require precision and specific ingredients to produce the desired results. The trick is figuring out exactly which ingredients to use, and in what combinations.