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Genealogy blog: Smart search
TechDay's resident genealogy blogger has uncovered a handy genealogy search engine.
Genealogy blog: Save the graves
TechDay's resident genealogy blogger Jan Gow tells us about a project to record remote Canterbury graves.
Unity Systems strikes AdvaTel reseller deal
Distribution Central's Unity Systems has signed up AdvaTel's InTouch solution for the New Zealand reseller channel.
Apple headhunts Microsoft cloud expert
Rumours gather pace that Apple is looking to make its mark on the cloud.
Telecom sells Yahoo!Xtra stake
Commercial partnership for Yahoo!7 to support Telecom's broadband customer remains in place.
Herald iPad app wins 'digital Oscar'
The New Zealand Herald's iPad app has won honouree status at the International Webby Awards.
Why search engine marketing is better than TV
TV has traditionally ruled the roost of marketing budgets but the last few years have seen a new challenger emerge.
Read & Release
www.bookcrossing.com is a great site designed to help book lovers share their love of books with like-minded souls all over the world. There’s a twist, however. Those who participate never meet each other.
Microsoft takes Google search to court
Formal complaint made to the European Commission over Google violating European competition law.
Judge orders Jobs to answer iTunes antitrust questions
Despite being on medical leave, Steve Jobs has been ordered by a judge to answer questions related to an iTunes antitrust case.
iPad 2 launch delayed in Japan
All efforts must be focused on recovery following the recent disaster, says Apple spokesperson.
Dateline: Salt Lake City
Our genealogy expert is on one of her regular trips to Mormon country, and the home of one of the world's largest family history databases.
Barcode generator software - The best trick of business management
Our company provides professional barcode label creator software to make high quality colorful barcode labels in Linear and 2D symbologies suitable for industrial and commercial usage that are easily readable and scan able through barcode scanners.
iPad: The Daily goes daily
Updated: iPad 2 spotted at The Daily launch event in New York.
It's easy being green
Did you know that searching the web actually causes CO2 emissions? It’s true. Large server networks, which consume a huge amount of energy, power your internet searches while making profits for the people who own them.
Myspace lays off almost half its staff
MySpace has cut nearly 47% of its workforce in a desperate bid to keep afloat.
iPad Daily priced and dated
Consumer engagement is strong and advertisers are happy, says News Corp Executive, James Murdoch.
Apple, Google asked to pay for network upgrades
Content-generating internet giants such as Apple and Google should help pay for network investments say European telco bosses.
Google reveals top Kiwi searches
Christchurch earthquake, Pike River mining disaster and Trade Me top New Zealand search rankings.
Celebrities top Aussie search results
Yahoo names the top ten topics that Australians searched for the most during 2010, and it shows a nation obsessed with pop culture (and iPads).
Facebook to unveil Gmail killer
Social network tipped to unveil an email service in a battle with Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo Mail.
New Norton 360 beta ready to download
The public beta of Norton 360 version 5.0 is now live and ready to be downloaded.
Are your employees spending too much time networking ?
We hear from Michael Smyth of ApproachableLawyer.com about how social media can drain productivity in your office.
Survival in question as file transfer risks and costs escalate
IT teams responsible for New Zealand's business data transmissions services are likely to be operating in survival mode.