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Computing In The Real World

11 June
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Dear Charles,

Welcome to the latest PC Pro newsletter

News headlines: The iPhone 3GS arrives and prompts a furious response from O2 customers; Mozilla offers a Firefox 3.5 "preview" as the Release Candidate slips; and a study claims warning letters won't stop illegal file-sharing

This week's new reviews: Wired2Fire's Hellspawn takes two PC Pro records: stupidest name and fastest desktop PC; the iPod shuffle's new look proves divisive; and Acer enters the UK smartphone market with the dual-SIM DX900

PC Pro podcast: In this week's show the team discuss all the announcements from Apple's developers conference; how pirates invaded the European elections; the rise of IT staff snooping; and what Windows 7 means for PC sales. Download it now

Best of the blogs: Tim Danton takes mobile broadband to task; Barry Collins despairs of the ICT curriculum - last updated 1999; and Mike Jennings gets misty-eyed as he compiles PC Pro's favourite classic videogame theme tunes

Barry Collins - Online Editor

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Apple unveils iPhone 3GS
Click here to read full details of Apple's new iPhone, Snow Leopard and a selection of new MacBook Pros

Mozilla "previews" Firefox 3.5 Release Candidate
The delays continue for Firefox 3.5 as Mozilla invents an odd, new development stage

Warning letters "won't put off pirates"
Media lobby steps up campaign to force Government to clamp down on illegal file sharers

Phorm "talking to other UK ISPs"
Behavioural advertising service widens its net after an injection of fresh funds

IT staff snooping on the rise
Tech workers admit looking at HR records, customer databases and layoff plans

Enterprises offered build-their-own Firefox
Mozilla will allow enterprises to customise their own browser as it attempts to loosen Microsoft's stranglehold on the market

Channel 4 puts TV archive online for free
Channel 4 is attempting to outflank the BBC's iPlayer by placing its archive online

Pirates sweep to victory in Euro elections
Copyright campaigners win a seat in the European Parliament

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Wired2Fire Hellspawn
Record-breaking power and decent peripherals mark a winning debut for Wired2Fire

Apple iPod shuffle
The third generation shuffle is achingly gorgeous with some intriguing features

Acer DX900
The Taiwanese giant makes its debut in the UK smartphone market with a dual-SIM, Windows Mobile touchscreen

Opera 10 beta
A fast, solid browser that shows Opera still has a few tricks up its sleeve

Readiris Corporate 12
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Broadberry CyberServe AM104S
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