As you may have seen from our post on the 20th April 2013 Microsoft will soon stop supporting Windows XP on the 8th April 2014. As a result of this Microsoft will be displaying a pop-up warning from the 8th of March to encourage people that are still using Windows XP to move to a […]
At Norfolk Computers we understand that money can be a little stretched at this time of year. So to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year we are offering 20% off our hourly rate from now until the 31st January 2014 just for mentioning this offer.
PayPal Here is a simple and affordable way to accept credit and debit cards anywhere you do business. It consists of a Chip and PIN device connects to your Android or Iphone mobile via Bluetooth so you can accept fully encrypted card payments wherever you do business. You simply enter the amount into your phone and get the customer to […]
The Kindle from Amazon has previously been about e-ink screens and very long battery life. Now this is about to change with the launch of the Kindle Fire HD in the UK featuring a full-colour 7 inch 1,280 x 800 IPS touch screen in place of the familiar black and white display, plus a front-facing […]
When Google released the Nexus 7 upon us earlier in 2012 I was very surprised. A £159 tablet that was good in every regard? At the time this was unheard of, and even months later on it’s still a really good tablet. Now it has a big and little brother, the Nexus 10 and 4, […]