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Computing In The Real World

12 February
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Dear Charles,

Welcome to the latest PC Pro newsletter

News headlines: Discover what's coming in Firefox 3.2 and why Mozilla is worried about becoming Microsoft; is Windows 7 Starter Edition set to drive up the price of netbooks? And Amazon reveals the super-sleek Kindle 2 ebook reader

This week's new reviews: AMD's Phenom II range introduces five new processors; Novatech's astonishingly cheap ION desktop PC arrives in the Labs; and Dell resurrects the 23in TFT

New issue of PC Pro on sale today! In this month's magazine: We reveal the best "free" laptop deals - and the catches to watch for; get things done with our feature on making Outlook work for you; we test 11 giant TFTs with a tiny price tag; Core i7 PCs from £869 in the Labs; boost the battery life of your laptop and gadgets with our practical guide; encrypt your PC data with In Depth; and get a 90-day free trial of our A-listed security software on this month's cover disc

PC Pro podcast: On this week's show the team discuss whether Twitter can get away with charging businesses; HP's plea to patch printers or risk having confidential documents exposed; and the Dell Pico projector pitches to become our Hot Hardware of the Week. Download it now

Best of the blogs: Barry Collins reveals how you can join PC Pro on Twitter; Tim Danton explains why the Windows 7 taskbar hasn't really changed since Windows 95; and Tom Arah investigates Adobe's bargain UK pricing

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Mozilla reveals plans for Firefox 3.2
Text commands typed straight into the address bar and desktop web apps are among the plans for the next version of the open-source browser

Windows 7 a non-Starter on netbooks
Microsoft's three-app limit on Windows 7 Starter Edition could force netbook manufacturers to use the more expensive Home Premium

Kindle 2 stokes ebook fires
Amazon places emphasis on style for Kindle revamp

Windows 7 beta slams shut
There'll be no more official downloads of the Windows 7 beta as Microsoft gathers more data than it can use

Administrators hammer final nail into Evesham's coffin
The once-respected PC manufacturer is finally dissolved after lengthy administration

Twitter considers charging businesses
Microblogging site admits it's looking at "a membership fee" for business users

Phorm and BT ready to go live by end of year
Phorm boss puts timeline on BT's rollout of controversial Webwise system

MIT gadget turns everything into a touchscreen
New pocket computer could turn any surface into a touchscreen

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New AMD Phenom II CPUs (Socket AM3)
We run our eye over AMD's impressive new quad-core and triple-core processors

Novatech ION
At £234 exc VAT the ION desktop PC is cheap, but will it make you cheerful?

Dell SP2309W
Dell's 23in TFT claims to have "higher than Full HD" resolution. We find out what it's all about

Toshiba Tecra R10-112
Toshiba delivers a Tecra business laptop that's packed with security features

Dell M109S On-the-Go Projector
Dell's pico-projector may fit in the palm of your hand, but size really isn't everything

Lenovo ThinkPad X200
Lenovo returns with an excellent update to its X200 series

Dell 3130cn Colour Laser Printer
Dell clambers onto the A List with one of the best workgroup colour laser printers we've ever seen

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