By: // On 11 July 2014 // in Lifestyle, Travel

Strangest Houses Around the World

Strangest houses can be called a man’s castle and hence he may do with it what he will, but some people turn their normal homes into the strangest of houses. These houses could not be further from a normal suburban house with a white picket fence. The builders of these strange houses were inspired to go above and beyond the normal qualities of a house. They have created some truly beautiful dwellings that double as works of art.

Below is a list of 5 of the strangest houses around the world for you to enjoy looking at and imagine living in them. You never know, maybe looking at strangest houses is what you need to have an idea for what your next house should look like.

By: // On 6 June 2014 // in Tech

Lenovo Vibe Z Review

The Lenovo Vibe Z K910 is a smartphone from Chinese electronics giant Lenovo. The phone was released in late 2013 and currently lists for around $549.99 (or 2000 Aed in Dubai). It weighs 145.2 grams, or about 5 ounces, and is 149.1 mm (5.87 inches) in length, 77 mm (3.03 inches) in width, and 7.9 mm (0.31 inches) in height. Although it’s considered a BIG size phone, it uses 2 micro SIM cards.

That makes it still small enough to fit into a pocket easily, despite the fact that the previous elegant Lenovo Vibe X (reviewed earlier) line is smaller. Finally, the Lenovo Vibe Z runs on Android and it used to ship with Android OS, v4.3 (Jelly Bean), which can be easily upgradable to v4.4.2 (KitKat).

By: // On 9 February 2014 // in Tech, Travel

Top 5 Toughest Mobile Phones

So, all the features that other mobile phones offer don’t interest you. Why is that? Because you want a cell phone that’s as tough as the life that you live, specially when you travel the world. You want the toughest mobile phone that can be dropped on concrete or in water, a smartphone that would survive the apocalypse.

Below I list five of the toughest mobile phones deals money can buy today, guaranteed to be able to take the strain of life and bounce back.

By: // On 13 January 2014 // in Lifestyle, Travel

Best 5 Summer Backpacking Products On Amazon

Winter is the time to plan for your summer backpacking away from home. Whether you’re spending a few months in Europe, the US, or elsewhere, there’s some essential things you need.

Below is a list of the best 5 backpacking products for the summer which you can find on Amazon. I’ve hand-picked those five based on my long travel experience, in Australia, south Asia, and some parts of Europe.

By: // On 3 January 2014 // in Tech

Lenovo Vibe X S960 Review

Lenovo S960 Vibe X, the latest mobile phone from Lenovo was sent to me for review. In the beginning, rest assured that I won’t write down a complicated technical review, rather I’ll just list all the things I liked, didn’t like, and those which I should mention in my review here.

If you want a quick review; Lenovo Vibe X S960 is a stylish mobile phone, looker, sleek, shiny, eye-catchy, light, not slow nor fast, with a battery that needs four hours to be fully charged, while 20 minutes of playing a single game brought down the power meter by 11%.

By: // On 19 December 2013 // in Biz, Social Media, Tech

Interview With Khaled Hussein, CTO of is a crowd-sourcing website that offers a group-funding platform to allows users to establish fundraising campaigns for only non-profit organizations. Crowdtilt was founded by James Beshara and Khaled Hussein, and launched out of Y Combinator in February 2012. The company was initially based in Texas and is now headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Crowdtilt has secured many rounds of investment with a total of $37 Million, and is set to expand outside of the US, with eyes set on English speaking countries like Canada, U.k. and Australia. I managed to get in touch with Khaled Hussein over the email, and knowing how busy he is, I managed to get him to answer those 3 questions below.

By: // On 9 December 2013 // in Lifestyle

It’s the holiday season, the time for finding the right budget gifts that won’t break the bank. For a lot of people, Christmas time or the holiday season is one of the most exciting and joyous time of the year. Everything feels happier and cozier, tinsel glitters on the tree, lights sparkle on neighborhood homes… but underneath all that wrapping paper and peppermint mochas is the stress of figuring out meaningful presents for your friends and family that don’t break the bank.

Here is my own list of seven fun under $50 budget gifts, which I picked mainly for women, that won’t empty anyone’s bank account this holiday season.

By: // On 29 November 2013 // in Autos, Biz, Lifestyle

Seven Australian Made Cars to Consider

Do they know how to make cars down-under? Did they ever manufacture a decent automobile? Of course they did, and not only that, the Australian car industry is trying very hard not to throw in the towel and to stay in the game. Whether they will manage to do that or not remains to be answered in the coming years.

Till then, our down-under reporter, Aaron, writes about the top most recent Australian made cars carrying the Made in Australia tag, which you can buy today, should you ever drop by Australia, or you were an Australian looking out to buy a new car.

By: // On 23 November 2013 // in Autos, Lifestyle, Travel

Top 10 Destinations To Visit By Car in Australia

Australia is such a vast land / country / continent, with so much long roads and vast empty areas between cities and towns to visit by car only. I never quite understood what some tourists that I met while traveling meant when they told me how they found Australia to be quite empty!

The distance, though, serves to make Australia a land that can be explored and adventured in, and for that you shall need a car, a rather good one also, as you roam the lands and beaches and greenery, which makes for car-travelers’ paradise. Below is a list of some of my favourite areas of this ancient land.

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