Tech is changing the societal rules of dating, love and everything in between.One main idea discussed was whether we are losing the social skills required to date in the real world and becoming too dependent on tech to find us dates and sex.River’s digital team recently attended a talk on all things tech, dating, love and relationships at Sink Shoreditch, organised by General Assembly.It’s no secret that technology has changed the way people meet, fall in love and interact, and after hearing from leaders in the sex and dating space about an ever-changing industry, and exciting things to come, we’re sharing our top five insights into the business of tech and sex.research has found that while young people aren’t willing to spend more than £14 for a subscription to a dating app, the elderly are happy to part with £2,500 upfront, no questions asked.In 1066 William the Conqueror invaded England and defeated the Saxon king Harold at the battle of Hastings.
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