Mohamed Sharkawy

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Aurora Phone Skins by Mobile Outfitters

Aurora effect<p>One thing is for sure - you haven’t seen a phone skin like this before. Our proprietary Aurora Effect breaks all the rules by constantly …

The First Paintings Of 14 Famous Artists

Before they hit the Louvre, they were just like us. Okay, except they painted brilliant works of art.


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Even Lupita Nyong'o Can't Get Black Panther Tickets

Movies<p>The latest movie news, casting updates and rumors, trailer sneak peeks, and expert reviews on MTV.<p>Movies<p>You better start working on that …

Freakouts - Most Awesome

PlayStation 4's Blu-ray drive is 3x as fast as PS3's, PSN friends list cap raised, and other tidbits from Sony's GDC panel

The PlayStation 4's new DualShock 4 controller can be charged even while the PlayStation 4 is turned off. The PlayStation 4's new Eye motion camera has a tilt sensor so it can tell players when its facing the wrong direction or if it's fallen off your TV stand. The PlayStation 4's Blu-ray disc …

Lost In The Echo (Official Video) - Linkin Park

The Tourbillon: Degrees Of Complication


Lyle & Scott 2013 Spring Lookbook

With almost 140 years in the business, Lyle & Scott knows a thing or two about garment making.<p>With almost 140 years in the business, Lyle & Scott knows a thing or two about garment making. The venerable Scottish label presents its “Classic British Sportswear” capsule for Spring 2013, a collection …

Ape to Gentleman

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This Shark Has Two Heads

Look at this shark, it has more heads than sharks normally have (they usually have one head).<p>This is a shark fetus, with two heads. Sharks, according to Michael Wagner, MSU assistant professor of fisheries and wildlife, who confirmed the discovery, usually have only one head (I'm paraphrasing).<p>This …

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