Blogs tagged with API Economy

 
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Klout, the analytics company that measures users' influences across social networks, appears ready to enter, what John Musser of ProgrammableWeb has coined the API Billionaires Club. Processing about...
by Tiffany Ho / July 21, 2011
PayPal Announces Phone-To-Phone NFC Widget for Android Phones At the MobileBeat conference, PayPal announced its NFC software widget for Android phones, which would let consumers make payments to...
by Tiffany Ho / July 20, 2011
Great piece by Chrys Wu on Poynter.org, the site for journalists, about how reporters and news organizations can use APIs: Beginner’s guide for journalists who want to understand API documentation...
by Andy Raskin / July 14, 2011
APIs are all about distribution. But what if your distribution partners don't have the time or expertise to deal with JSON or XML? Lately, we're seeing a growing number of Mashery customers solve...
by Andy Raskin / July 11, 2011
Few months ago, I was sitting at the Entrepreneurship class in business school and one student came up with this idea of creating a smartphone app that will help patients in remote area to send their...
by Gabriel Kim / July 05, 2011
Baseball, Hot dogs and APIs… In honor of the Fourth of July and some of the ways Americans celebrate, we thought we’d put together a little list of some APIs that celebrate the red, white and blue...
by Samantha Brown / June 30, 2011
NYTimes recently wrote an article about information bottleneck with regards to FOIA request response. While I agree with many of their argument of agencies not being efficient or consistent across...
by Gabriel Kim / June 27, 2011
But what about a Papal API? Communion over mobile phones, confessions via iChat. Really, the possibilities are endless We can see it now: http://api.vatican.va/getBlessing
by Andy Raskin / June 27, 2011
Remember how in episodes of Star Trek, the crew of the Enterprise (choose your favorite), would always know the location of brave crew members daring to go down to the unknown planet to meet the...
by Mashery / June 24, 2011
Google Chrome will soon have voice and video chat functionality built right in, removing the need for third-party plugins. By exposing WebRTC (the open project Google grabbed in its 2010 GIPS...
by Gabriel Kim / June 24, 2011

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