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26 February
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Dear Charles,

Welcome to the latest PC Pro newsletter

News headlines: Asus gets to work on Android-powered Eee PC; Ballmer rules out new version of Office this year; and Google reveals the cause of the Gmail blackout

This week's new reviews: Sony redefines the ultraportable with the VAIO P-Series; Dell revamps the fantastic XPS One with a 24in screen; and Adobe's Technical Communication Suite
receives a much-needed overhaul

PC Pro podcast: On this week's show the team discuss Google's decision to weigh into Microsoft's EU browser case; the potential impact of Safari 4; and one charity's strange assertion that child abuse filters save men from themselves. Download it now

Best of the blogs: Tom Arah takes issue with Flash player's pervasiveness; Darien Graham-Smith explains the joy of accents; and Jon Honeyball offers Microsoft a virtualisation warning

Barry Collins - Online Editor

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Asus at work on Android Eee PC
Android-powered Eee PC could make an appearance by the end of the year

Ballmer rules out Office 14 launch this year
No new version of Office in 2009, according to Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer

Gmail blackout blamed on "data centre overload"
Google pins Gmail problems on server deluge sparked by "routine maintenance event"

Safari 4 adds a touch of flair
The latest version of Safari has arrived and Apple is finding plenty to brag about

Google weighs into EU case against Microsoft
Search giant claims Microsoft has "unfair advantage" in the browser market, as it applies to join EU antitrust case

Developers want TraceMonkey off Firefox's back
Calls are coming for Firefox 3.1 to ship without the TraceMonkey engine which is delaying its release

Charity: child abuse filters save men from themselves
Charity launches scathing attack on ISPs who don't use child abuse filters, claiming they keep drunk men out of prison

Google drowns Atlantis discovery hopes
Marks on map were sonar trails not lost city, Google says

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