Erol Ingrissmin

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Essential Phone is now a more reasonable $499

The phone is now $200 cheaper, with the company saying it chose the price drop over spending money on marketing.<p>The heavily hyped, Andy Rubin-backed Essential phone launched late in August. Now, two months later, its price has been cut from $699 to $499.<p>The news was announced in a Sunday blog post …

Mobile Technology

Canon G1 X III vs. Sony Cybershot RX100 V

Canon G1 X Mark III vs Sony RX100 V<p>The year is 2017. Smartphones have rendered the $200 compact obsolete, and they're creeping up on $500 …

Cameras

5 Must Try Muslim-Friendly Korean Eateries in Jeju

Also known as the Hawaii of South Korea, Jeju Island is a must visit place in South Korea if you are looking for picturesque natural landscape. The …

Go For a Trip Around Ireland With These 20 Wonderful Photos

One of Europe’s most enchanting countries, Ireland is a nation of legends and lore. With its millennia-old culture, the Emerald Isle oozes folklore. …

Have Halal, Will Travel

2016 has been the most eventful year for us at HHWT, from launching our very own travel planner app (www.hhwt.io) to getting the love and support …

The light went on.

Eating Soup Dumplings in Shanghai? Xiao Long Bao Are Only Half the Story

Editor's Note: Kenji, our Managing Culinary Director, is traveling through Asia this summer, seeking out the best bites everywhere he goes. Here's a recent dispatch.<p>This is the meal I've been waiting for—the main reason I felt compelled to make my wife re-visit Shanghai, in fact. Ever since having …

Interview: Powerfully Raw Portraits of Homeless People by Lee Jeffries

From sorrow and despair to warmth and dignity, Manchester, England-based photographer Lee Jeffries documents the expressive faces of homeless people in powerfully humanizing portraits. Using only his camera, natural light, and a small handheld reflector, he illuminates incredible details that …