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Valentine’s Day | LoveTech

Gifts | For gadget lovers Some of the coolest gadgets to treat your tech-loving better half to some amazing new gear. Shower Speaker, water resistant Bluetooth - $50.Virtual assistant:  The New Amazon Echo – $130. The New Fitbit Fitness Tracker –  $150.Personal Safety Smart Tag and Alarm Give them and you peace of mind wherever your loved one goes with this wearable personal safety device and alarm. $160.Beats by Dr. Dre Solo3 On-Ear Sound Isolating Bluetooth Headphones - Rose Gold – $250.
 LdrTech | Long-Distance Relationships It's amazing that we can constantly message each other on smart phones, or sit on video calls, but why shouldn't we be able to feel connected to our loved ones? You and your partner may not physically be together, with these gadgets and toys and an active imagination, anywhere around the globe you control through smartphone app’s and Bluetooth. 
Lovebox Spinning Heart Messenger $ 123. - https://en.lovebox.love Send heartfelt messages to loved ones—anytim…

3 Things You Need to Solve a Really Tough Problem

Innovation is never about individual nodes. It's always about networks.
By the early 20th century, the world's great mathematicians knew they had a big problem. The very foundations of logic, held sacred since the time of Aristotle, were under siege after the discovery of troubling paradoxes by CantorFrege and Russell. It was unclear whether things could ever be set aright.
It was against this backdrop that David Hilbert, the most prominent mathematician of the age, created a program to get things back on track. Unfortunately, just the opposite happened. First came Kurt Gödel's famous incompleteness theorems and then the work of Alan Turing. Logic, as everyone knew it, was dead.
Nevertheless, out of the ashes of Aristotle's logic arose the foundations of modern computing. As it turns out, solving a fundamental problem, even if the solution isn't what you thought you wanted, can unlock enormous value. What's more, in every field and industry, there are countless …