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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
Last week, we began our Developer Metrics series of exploring the top three most commonly reported developer metrics. We kicked off the series of getting at the value of measuring bigger versus...
by Delyn Simons / July 19, 2011
South Korea, the home of leading tech companies such as Samsung and LG, announced a plan for its schools to go paperless by 2015. The government plans on spending $2 billion to develop digital text...
by Gabriel Kim / July 19, 2011
Mashery customer Springer, a leading global publisher of scientific books and journals, recently announced the winners of its first Springer API Challenge -- a competition for original, non-...
by Tiffany Ho / July 14, 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
Sharing developer metrics is a great way to represent success and activity around your API. Many popular API platforms measure and announce their developer metrics regularly. Twitter announced...
by Delyn Simons / July 12, 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
This past weekend Mashery customer Alibris announced its  First Annual API Programming Contest winners.   Alibris, a retail division of Monsoon Commerce, is an online store that sells a variety of...
by Tiffany Ho / July 08, 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

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