Heather HavensteinComputerworld

Heather Havenstein has been a senior reporter at Computerworld since 2004. She covers Web 2.0, emerging technology, application development and business intelligence. Before joining Computerworld, she covered IT at various other publications including InfoWorld, CIO, Federal Computer Week and Network World. Web Watch

Google to archive 10 million Life Magazine photos

Google plans to add up to 10 million photos from Life magazine's, dating back to the 1750s, to its Google Image Search pages.

Google Analytics now tracking Adobe Flash content

Google announced that it is now collaborating with Adobe to allow Google Analytics users to track Flash content on the Web.

Steve Jobs heart attack post highlights citizen journalism perils

A false CNN iReport post claiming that Steve Jobs had a heart attack caused Apple’s stock price to temporarily tumble Friday. But it also raised questions about potential pitfalls posed by citizen journalism, Computerworld says.

Google lets users search like it’s 2001

As part of its 10th anniversary celebration, Google has put up a 2001 version of the Google search index that lets users search the Web of seven years ago.

MySpace launches iTunes competitor with 5 million artists

First announced in April, MySpaceMusic is a joint effort of the EMI, Sony BMG, Universal and Warner record labels.

Google ramps up defense of Yahoo deal

As criticism mounts over the proposed advertising deal between Google and Yahoo, the search engine giant is stepping up its defense.

Cloud computing takes hold despite privacy fears

A Pew Internet & American Life survey finds that consumers are using more cloud computing services, even as they fear for their privacy, Computerworld says.

Hulu to air some NBC premieres online before they hit TV

Online video site Hulu will feature the debuts of several network TV shows before they air on television this fall.

Veoh ruling bolsters YouTube effort to fend off Viacom suit

A rulling in favor of Veoh Networks could be good news for Google as it defends itself in a $1 billion copyright infringement lawsuit filed by Viacom against its YouTube online video service.

Google rolls out tool that suggests search queries

Google plans to add a new feature to its search engine that suggests queries as letters and words are typed.

Google acquires startup to bolster YouTube editing

Google has bought Omnisio and plans to fold the start-up company’s technology for mixing online videos and adding comments to videos into YouTube.

Google quietly begins testing of iGoogle social features

Google has begun limited testing of several new social features created for its iGoogle personalized start page.

Google adds Street Views to Google Map driving directions

Google hopes to make it easier for users to get from point A to point B by integrating its Google Maps Street View images with Google Maps driving directions.

Intel unveils tool for creating mashups to enhance Web sites

Intel unveiled a new browser extension that allows users create client-side mashups as they browse the Web.

Google Maps set to include YouTube videos

Google Monday announced that local business owners can now add YouTube videos to their listings in Google Maps.