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

Advertisers Protest Google-Yahoo Deal

Giants like Ford, Wal-Mart say deal would cut competition and raise ad prices.

Microsoft Tells Plan for BizTalk

The road map for the newly renamed BizTalk Server 2009 includes regular major updates, starting next year.

Twitter Helps GOP Convention Protestors Organize

Microblogging tool also helped protesters offer first aid to those hit by tear gas.

Amazon Launches Video on Demand Service

New service lets users watch movies and TV shows on Macs or PCs.

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Facebook Tests Icon to Identify Predators, Porn

Deal stems from May agreement between Facebook, 49 states to better protect children.

CNBC Gets LinkedIn

Partnership adds CNBC content to LinkedIn, social networking tools to business network.

EBay Launches 'Green' Online Marketplace

WorldofGood.com aims to provide products made from recycled, natural products.

Corporate Trainers Turn to Video Games

Games prove an effective way to reach younger workers and meet desires for on-site training.

Facebook Movie May be in the Works

A new Facebook profile hints that 'West Wing' creator Sorkin may be writing a script about Facebook.

McCain Revamps McCainSpace Social Net

The redesigned site invites supporters to post blogs, join forums, and share videos related to the candidate.

National Geographic Expands Widget Program

New campaign allows third parties to co-brand the publisher's widgets and add the code to their own Web sites.

Microsoft Details Plans for New Social Bookmarking Tool

Tool will focus on its tech sites, MSDN, TechNet and Expression.

Facebook Lets Users Interact with Ads via Comments

'Engagement Advertisements' let users comment on ads or become a 'fan' of a product.

Google's Customer Satisfaction Scores Rebound

Google's customer satisfaction climbs 10 points in annual survey, after a recent dip.

Web Promos Boost McCain Campaign

Blogs, YouTube, and other Web 2.0 campaigning is raising McCain's profile in cyberspace.