Lyft now lets you pay for your Tinder date’s ride

Jon Fingas Contributor Jon Fingas is a contributing writer at Engadget. More posts by this contributor Jeep’s Grand Cherokee plug-in hybrid will arrive in early 2022 Microsoft’s Windows store is now open to third-party app stores Now that in-person dating is making a comeback, Lyft and Tinder want to encourage more of those face-to-face encounters. […]

BreachQuest emerges from stealth with $4.4M to modernize incident response

BreachQuest, an early-stage startup with a founding team of cybersecurity experts building a modern incident response platform, has emerged from stealth with $4.4 million in seed funding. The investment was raised from Slow Ventures, Lookout founder Kevin Mahaffey, and Tinder co-founders Sean Rad and Justin Mateen, who described BreachQuest as having a “disruptive vision and […]

Tinder will soon make voluntary ID Verification available globally

Tinder announced this morning that in the “coming quarters,” users will be able to verify their ID on the app. This feature was first rolled out in Japan in 2019, where Tinder users must verify that they are at least 18 years old. Aside from places like Japan, where this is mandated by law, ID […]