With Valentine’s Day approaching we’ve meticulously profiled each and every one of you to hook you up with your perfect match – and it turns out you’re all destined to live happily ever after (well, for a month at least) with the March issue of Stuff magazine. Don’t try to fight it; it’s written in the stars.
Once the two of you have said your vows and the newsagent has blessed your matrimony you’re free to take your new magazine home and get stuck in.
The first bit you should flick to is our Best of British feature, which celebrates the latest and greatest tech from the shores of Blighty, including the 217mph hybrid car that eats 10 Twizys for breakfast, London’s mobile-only Spotify rival, and No Man’s Sky – the most exciting game of 2014.
For your honeymoon, why not take a trip to Las Vegas, or more specifically, our CES Hot Stuff Awards, which brings together the ten most exciting launches from the world’s biggest tech show.
After all that there’s plenty more to keep the spice in your relationship. We’ve picked out five of the best RC vehicles, explored the what’s-mine-is-yours world of the shareconomy (with not a lentil in sight), plus this month’s Projects section explains how to take Hubble-rivalling photos of the stars, how to use gadgets to secure your home and build a smartphone studio.
Do you want to miss out on one of the greatest love stories ever told? Thought not. So if you’d be so kind as to skip off down to your local newsagent, swivel your browser in the direction of newsstand.co.uk/Stuff, or point your iPad at Apple’s Newsstand, we shall begin.
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