Avadhesh Buragadda

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10 Travel Apps You Should Download Before Your Next Trip

Technology has taken a lot of stress out of traveling, with travel apps virtually changing how we experience the world around us. These are just a …

Apps

Can’t Travel With a Local? These City Guides Are the Next Best Thing

LOST iN guides are helping travelers explore outside of the tourist circuit, and we have to say, they look good doing it.<p>This past March, I visited …

This interactive map visualizes the market value of every cryptocurrency

Whether you think cryptocurrency is merely a passing fad or a phenomenon still maturing into mainstream legitimacy, keeping an eye out on the market is certainly an engaging activity. But it could be quite the hassle to keep up with every alternative out there – unless you use this tool.<p>Available …

Cryptocurrency

7 Beginner Tips for Shooting Better Landscape Photos

When I was growing up, I spent several summers living with my father on the Isle of Skye in northern Scotland. As a teenager, I didn’t have an …

How Shooting Film Changed Me as a Photograper

My interest in photography began about three years ago when I picked up a digital camera and starting taking the same images that any photography …

12 Simple But Impactful Tips for New Photographers

So, you finally jumped into photography? Good for you!As you’ll surely find as you get more and more involved in photography, it’s a fun hobby and …

Landscape Photography

Pick the Best Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO Settings

Pick the Best Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO Settings<p>Learn to Pick the Best Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO Settings for Every Occasion<p>In this clip …

Shutter Speed

3 Common Misconceptions About Your Camera’s Histogram

If you’re obsessive about checking every exposure on your camera’s histogram, this informative little video is a must-watch. In it, Matt Granger …

Learn Digital Photography with Harvard University’s Free Online Course

Since the taking of the very first photograph in 1826, photography has developed, as it were, in ways hardly imaginable to its first few generations …

Los Angeles

Getting out of Auto: Understanding Aperture

If you want to get creative with your photography, and out of that all-too-tempting automatic mode, you'll need to get your head around a few key …

Landscape Photography

Earth - Plants can see, hear and smell – and respond

Plants, according to Jack C Schultz, "are just very slow animals".<p>This is not a misunderstanding of basic biology. Schultz is a professor in the Division of Plant Sciences at the University of Missouri in Columbia, and has spent four decades investigating the interactions between plants and …

Botany

10 Steps to Starting a Side Business While Working a Full-Time Job

We are living at a time of unlimited potential. Never before have we experienced such a rapid growth in the number of young entrepreneurs who’ve …

Researchers Found Where Depression Lives in the Brain

New study identifies the area of the brain affected by depression and could open the door to far more effective treatments.<p>Last year, an estimated 16 million US adults experienced a major depressive disorder that lasted at least two weeks and included at least four other symptoms such as problems …

New Zealand's ONLY Mens Lifestyle Magazine

M2 June 2018 - LATEST ISSUE!<p>May 25, 2018<p>Fancy travelling in style? Well, now you very much can with this new baggage companion, newly released into …

A (Very) Quick Guide to the Grand Canyon

History of Grand Canyon<p>When you’re standing 4,000 feet over the rim of America’s most recognizable geological wonder—a 2 billion-year-old gorge …

Chipmakers dream of China as they head to Spain's smartphone gala

SAN FRANCISCO/BARCELONA (Reuters) - The world's biggest mobile brands will jostle for the spotlight at the premier mobile industry event this week in Spain, but away from the glitzy displays chipmakers will be preoccupied with China, the largest mobile market on the planet.<p>From Qualcomm and Intel …

Mobile

Red Cross suspends emergency tents to Palestinians

Swiss-based charity says it has stopped delivering tents to Palestinians left homeless in the Jordan Valley because they are seized by the Israeli army<p>The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has stopped delivering emergency tents to Palestinians in a strategically sensitive part of the …

GEOPOLITICAL GURU: 'The Army Risks Turning Egypt Into A Latter-Day Pakistan'

Demonstrations continued in Egypt on Friday, as Morsi supporters took to the streets demanding that he be reinstated.<p>Nomura's geopolitical analyst Alastair Newton writes that irrespective of how disappointing Morsi's rule had been, there is no reason to be optimistic about the turn of events.<p>He …

Muslim Brotherhood

Why It Feels Like Your Phone Is Vibrating In Your Pocket When It Isn't

*bzzzzzzzzzzzzz*<p>How many times have you pulled your phone out of your pocket, thinking you felt a vibration that could mean any number of treats (Twitter replies, emails, phone calls, text messages, a turn in whatever game you're playing)? A a study found that 80 percent of respondents felt that …

Store Your Housekey In the Cloud And Cut Copies On Demand

Self-serve robot locksmiths have arrived in New York City.<p>It's 11 pm on a Saturday and you've locked yourself out of your house. You'll have to call a locksmith. Then you'll wait for him or her to come to your place… and, if you're a New Yorker, you'll end up paying about $100 to get back into your …

Genes May Reveal When Aspirin Won't Reduce Heart Risk

People are often told to take low-dose aspirin to reduce the risk of heart attacks and stroke. But that preventive remedy doesn't work for a lot of people.<p>Researchers say they've found genetic variations that might be used to identify people who don't respond well to aspirin. If the results prove …