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Computing In The Real World

4 December
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Dear Charles,

Welcome to the latest PC Pro newsletter

News headlines: Nokia slides out its stylish iPhone rival; Microsoft broadens Vista SP2 beta; and Ericsson predicts 42Mb/sec mobile broadband by 2009

This week's new reviews: The internet television revolution continues with the ingenious SlingCatcher; Samsung bundles a 22in monitor with a 7in slave display; and Lenovo spices up its T500 with dual-graphics cards

PC Pro podcast: On this week's show the team ponders the aborted Apple antivirus warning; Windows 7 will use the CPU to accelerate graphics, but what will this actually mean for performance? We discuss Intel's latest moves in its EU antitrust suite; and David Fearon tries to make Samsung's 2263DX dual monitor our Hot Hardware of the Week. Download it here

Best of the blogs: Tim Danton investigates Amazon's entry into the MP3 market; David Bayon laments terrible movie and technology tie-ins; and Barry Collins on all the ways Windows isn't helpful

Barry Collins - Online Editor

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Nokia launches slide-out N97
The mobile phone giant has unveiled its flagship smartphone at Nokia World in Barcelona

Vista SP2 beta arrives
Microsoft has released the beta of its second Vista service pack to the public

42Mb/sec mobile broadband by 2009
Ericsson CTO says mobile broadband speeds could hit 80Mb/sec with current technology

Apple pulls "inaccurate" antivirus warning
Antivirus warning was "old and inaccurate" says Apple as it pulls article

Google outlines Chrome extension plans
Search giant wants "polished" extensions for Chrome

Surprise Yahoo bidder emerges
The former CEO of AOL is reportedly trying to pull together the funds to make a shock bid for Yahoo

O2 offers prepay mobile broadband for £2 per day
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Nintendo's new cartridge could offer a brand new take on the eBook market

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Sling Media SlingCatcher
An attractive and ingenious network television product, but lacking in some very important areas

Samsung 2263DX
Samsung pairs a 22in monitor with a 7in slave screen, but is it a practical addition, or just a novelty?

Lenovo ThinkPad T500
Lenovo comes to the dual-graphics party with its T500 laptop, but can it compete with Sony's finest?

Packard Bell EasyNote BG45-U-300
An ultra-cheap ultraportable with more power than most netbooks, but will you want to buy it?

Dell PowerEdge T100
A compact pedestal server with a good combination of value and features

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A pricey but a well-built desktop DAS appliance with plenty of fault-tolerant storage and top performance

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