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After announcing it would begin selling its Surface RT at third-party stores in the US and Australia, we figured it was only a matter of time prior to Microsoft would extend this offer over to the UK (among other places, of course). Well, according to Pocket-lint, merchant John Lewis has actually verified to the site that it will certainly undoubtedly commence stocking both its virtual and physical shelves with Microsoft’s 10.1-inch tablet, with the 32GB plus Black Touch Keyboard package set to be priced at & pound; 479, or & pound; 559 for the more large 64GB prototype. John Lewis says the Surface RT will certainly be up for grabs tomorrow, December 14th, on its internet site, while brick-and-mortar shops should have them in stock beginning this weekend.
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If you live in the UK, and were thinking “If only I could get my broadband from the same place I get my crystal tumbler set” then maybe now you can. Department store John Lewis, a favorite for wedding lists, furniture and homeware is branching out into the British ISP game. The standard package will be £11 a month (not including line rental,) offering “up to” 16Mb speeds and a 20GB data cap. More eager users can pay and extra £7 to remove that download limit. Both bundles benefit from a free phone support, no activation fee and, of course, wireless router. Sound like your kind of deal? Head down to the source link, or past the haberdashery section to find out more.
As a pianist, “The Killer” Jerry Lee Lewis always complained because he had to sit down during his shows. Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash suggested him to stand up. Jerry Lee accepted their advice. So he started to kick the chairs, to go up on the keyboards and even to burn pianos.
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Want more? Subscribe to NASA on iTunes! phobos.apple.com Or get tweeted by NASA: twitter.com Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) is a suite of instruments developed for use on the Mars Science Laboratory. By looking for evidence of water, carbon, and other important building blocks of life in the Mars soil and atmosphere, this suite will help answer one of humankind’s biggest questions about the planet: did it ever support life? SAM was designed and built in an international collaboration between Goddard Space Flight Center, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the University of Paris, and Honeybee Robotics. This video series highlights the mission, its objectives, and some of Goddard’s contributors to the project. This video profiles Jess Lewis, designer of SAM’s Solid Sample Inlet Tube (SSIT). The SSIT is essentially a high-tech funnel that helps direct the Mars soil into the SAM suite for analysis. This video profiles Jess Lewis, designer of SAM’s Solid Sample Inlet Tube (SSIT). The SSIT is essentially a high-tech funnel that helps direct the Mars soil into the SAM suite for analysis.