Bing- WINNER: Google, 2180 votes (Bing: 519 votes, Tie: 97 votes) Week 12:- i Pod Touch/i Phone vs. Sony PSP- WINNER: i Pod Touch/i Phone, 704 votes (Sony PSP: 639 votes, Nintendo DS: 482 votes, Tie: 108 votes) Week 13:- Digg vs. Stumble Upon- WINNER: Digg, 14,762 votes (Reddit: 11,466 votes, Stumble Upon: 2507 votes, Tie: 1032 votes) Week 14:- Old versus new Twitter retweets- WINNER: Old style retweets, 1625 votes (New style retweets: 699 votes, Tie: 227 votes) Week 15:- Gmail vs.
Outlook- WINNER: Gmail, 3684 votes (Outlook: 980 votes, Tie: 590 votes) Week 16:- Boxee vs.
Due to the low barrier for entry this leads them to attract more casual daters.
However, it also allows them to focus on retention of customers rather than constantly having to attract new singles.
The Match Group, the New York-based company that owns Match.com, Ok Cupid and Tinder, says it has purchased Vancouver-based dating website Plenty Of Fish for US$575 million in cash.