CNET - Feb 14 - Virtual reality will change the way we use computers, and possibly the way we date. In 2012, Oculus took the industry by storm and two year later Facebook snatched it up for $3B. Since then, companies from Google to Sony to Microsoft and Apple have gotten involved in VR tech in some way. Some developers are imagining how it can be used to go on dates. eHarmony predicts we'll regularly go on full-sensory (including smelling your partner's perfume) VR dates by 2040. And it might happen with apps like vTime, which works on devices ranging from the $599 Oculus Rift to the often-free Google Cardboard, which is powered by the smartphone. vTime it started off with a VR cooking simulator called Hypercook in 2013. Now it's looking into dating.