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Chris Pickett Computing


Welcome to ChrisPickettComputing.com

Please take a look around - here you will find details of the services I offer.

Is your computer in need of a service? Perhaps you are looking to upgrade your system or replace it completely. Or are you looking for a reasonably priced website? Are you worried about computer security or your children's safety while online? Still can't get Skype working - perhaps you could do with a little help? Or is your computer just not running as fast as it used to?

Whether you need to get your emails up and running again or you could do with some lessons on using Word, I can help!

Use the quick links on the left to read further details of these services...and more...






Of course, I still do a basic "call-out and fix". If you need help with any problems or you just want a health check for your computer, then call me on 07766397430 or fill in this contact form.




Technology News

BBC News - Technology
BBC News - Technology

Samsung limits Galaxy Note 7 battery to 30% charge

Samsung is planning to release an update for faulty Galaxy Note 7 smartphones still in use that stops them being charged past 30%.

YouTube tackles unclaimed music royalties

Millions of dollars in royalties for tracks with unknown owners will be distributed by YouTube.

Hackers rewarded for web attacks

A Turkish hacking group has turned web attacks into a game by rewarding people who successfully hit designated targets.

Trump fans urge Star Wars boycott over reshoot claims

A row erupts over false claims that the new Star Wars film was reshot to add anti-Trump scenes.

Football-sized drone flown 20m from Heathrow-bound plane

A drone was flown as close as 20m from a passenger jet over south-east London, an investigation reveals.

Minecraft blocks used to make virtual Atari 2600 console

A YouTuber recreates the Atari 2600 games console - by building a virtual version of the device's hardware out of Minecraft blocks.

CNET news editors and reporters provide top technology news, with investigative reporting and in-depth coverage of tech issues and events.

AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint willing to kill off Galaxy Note 7 - CNET

The carriers, unlike Verizon Wireless, will release a software update after the holidays to make Samsung's device unusable.

The Rinspeed Oasis concept is a funky living room on wheels - Roadshow

Packing augmented-reality windows, a delivery box and even a freaking garden, THIS is how a concept car should be.

Tim Cook to give commencement speech at MIT next summer - CNET

Apple's CEO will send off the graduating class of 2017 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Oakland fire victim's heartbroken love recovers treasured photo online - CNET

A luminous memory surfaces through tragedy as a Facebook search reunites a grieving woman with an extraordinary photo of her with her boyfriend.

The 404 Show 1685: It's all gonna be OK with Jill Schlesinger (podcast) - CNET

Jill Schlesinger was kind enough to spend some of her birthday with us today to give her thoughts on the post-election economy. She also breaks down bond values, the Fitbit acquisition of Pebble...

My favorite laptops of 2016 - CNET

These are my personal picks for the best, coolest, and most noteworthy laptops of the year.


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